The DigDeep Right to Water Project Launch Party

Benefiting clean water projects in South Sudan

The DigDeep Right to Water Project Launch Party

DigDeep will be officially launching to the LA community at an event in Downtown LA on Friday October 19. Their event includes live music with local LA bands, food, an open bar, creative art installations and a silent auction all benefiting the building of a new well in South Sudan. 

DigDeep started based upon the belief that all people should have access to clean water as a basic human right. The founder, George McGraw, is a human rights lawyer who worked for the UN on global water projects before he quickly learned that most water non-profits do not think about the long-term sustainability of their projects which has dire effects on the people they are trying to help.

By focusing on long-term sustainability, DigDeep gives communities access to a resource that greatly benefits their health, education, agriculture, etc for years to come. In addition, DigDeep is the only water non-profit with projects serving people within the United States.

Visit their site for more information: www.digdeepwater.org

 

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