APRIL 28 - TAKE CHARGE AS TEAM LEAD
Youth teams from area High Schools are forming as Fundraisers - taking action to help end the Water Crisis.
School Students may receive Volunteer hours or credits and letters establishing or recognizing their community contributions and leadership involvement or roles to help end the Water Crisis in West Africa.
Adult teams of 2 or more volunteers (RNM Relief Ambassadors or Relief Corps) are encouraged to work within their communities, Circle of Friends or networks to generate T-Shirt Buyers / Event Sponsors, Well Project Funders or new Partners.
SATURDAY APRIL 28:
Come walk 2-Mile 4 Water is a 2.5 hour event that brings people together from the Communities around us in the Greater Houston Metropolis - including area schools, Churches, and businesses to help raise money for digging clean domestic water wells in Africa, teaching Water Sanitation Hygiene lessons, bringing Medical Relief to the sick and needy, and giving helping hand to orphans and destitute widows.
The activities at the event include, but are not limited to:
REGISTRATION: 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM - Early Registration before April 28: Adults $20; Children below 13 years $10. At the door - you pay $5 more. T-Shirts included with all Registrations
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE WALK - Grandmaster Al Garza
The 2-MILE WALK TO THE DICKINSON BAYOU & BACK
REFRESHMENTS & ENTERTAINMENT / ACHIEVER PRIZES
The ADVOCACY CHARGE & CLOSING
Come have some fun with family and friends - exercise your body, and walk for a cause to save lives.
VENUE: 3455 Gulf Freeway North, Dickinson, TX 77539 | Call if needed for directions: 832-285-5177
WHY WATER IS CRITICAL TO LIFE
Water 💦 is Foundational to Health, Learning and economic development.
Drinking dirty or unsafe water makes people sick, especially children are most vulnerable to water-borne diseases.
After drilling new wells, we monitor them over a number of years to ensure sustainability, care and management transition to communities and school or Church institutions that host them.
As part of our Operations for sustainability we conduct routine visits - done by our WASH teams to previous projects. During the visits, they assess water quality, obtain stories about how the projects are serving the communities; and review hygiene lessons to see how much of it have been learned - they look for behavior changes and the impact on the users, especially, the kids in the schools and communities / church institutions where we serve.
Since 2001 - RNM has drilled and rehabilitated about 450 well projects in Nigeria, Niger, and Sierra Leone. It’s encouraging to see happy healthy kids in many of the schools and other projects that are as old as 12-15 years still running. As they review some hygiene lessons like “Clean hands, clean hearts ♥️” they connect with many of the beneficiaries and donors' love interest alike, through the good news of Christ the Living Water.
Excited to invite you to raise funds for a new pump, a well rehab or new wells ranging from $500 to $2500 and on... to $5500 or $7500 for deep wells.
Be a Water Relief Ambassador or advocate.
RNM will occasionally award some special certificate or plaques of recognition for outstanding contributions from partners / volunteers, or give token gifts in appreciation of committed partner / volunteer support.
Above all, we believe the greatest reward can only be given by the Lord we serve or labor to honor. Heb.6:10; and that "...to whom much is given, much is also required" Luke 12:48
Partner & Volunteer Recognition Awards
The recognition and prestige of being a Relief Advocate - one that champions the cause, puts our volunteers in great lights in social and religious circles as geniune humanitarians and true philanthropists.
For partners and volunteers who make it to mission trip, or participate in lead role in local fundraising drives that generte over $5,000 in revenues and gifts, you become recognized at our next Annual Gala as a Relief Ambassdor.
To Fundraise and achieve your Relief Ambassador recognition at the next November Gala share the "Donate" button link above and have your friends and family select or use the Special Projects menu option to make their donation.
Other Reasons for Safe Water
Clean Water helps prevent abdominal worms in children and the adverse impact on their growth and development. We walk so they don't have to fetch unsafe dirty river water anymore for domestic uses. We walk so that kids can go to school and learn; we walk 1 day a year so that kids and moms can stop walking for days and hours fetching unsafe water. We walk so they can grow some food and vegetables near home all year round and be able to water their gardens - that's food security, and poverty reduction.
Safe water is just the beginning!