10.000€ grant for Tsifota, plus we want to hear your feedback!

If you would like to see this update in its original format as it was presented in our most recent newsletter, follow this link.

Thank you, Triodos Foundation!

We are excited to announce that we successfully applied to a Triodos Foundation grant and that they are supporting us with 10,000 €! We have now collected 87% of the funds and are therefore so close to completing our fundraising goal.
If you would like to help us collect the remaining few percent, consider starting a fundraisermaking a donation, or buying one of our awesome t-shirts.

New! Donate directly from our Facebook page

Take a look at our Facebook page… Can you spot something new? 
We now have a donate button directly on our Facebook page! This will allow you and anybody else to make donations directly from there, those extra clicks to get to our website are no longer necessary.

What do you think?

Thank you so much to everybody who has supported us! We would like to know why you decided to support our project. If you have a free minute, please fill out this form. Alternatively, send us an email with a short or long comment, optionally a picture of you (we would love to be able to put a face to the name), your name, and let us know if you agree to us publishing your comment, name, and picture on our website and/or social media channels. 
Your feedback will help us improve and increase our reach, which means faster fundraising and more water for Madagascar.

In case you missed it: 

Our new shop is now live! You can select from a variety of different t-shirts to support our current clean water project in Madagascar. One t-shirt translates into a donation of 8400 liters, which is enough drinking water for one person for over 10 years!
Take a look at the images above and below to see our beautiful volunteers proudly wearing our new t-shirts.

New Changemaker

Gabriele Gobbi is a final year student following the BA program European Studies at The Hague University, Den Haag. After completing his thesis about European Plastic policy and biopolymers sustainable alternatives, Gabriele decided to be part of the Elemental Water Foundation team for his internship. Gabriele works on EWF’s communication, partnership development and fundraising. His interests are sustainable development, environmental policies and humanitarian aid. His goal is to increase global water accessibility and contribute to sustainable and clean development.

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