5th Annual Drop in the Bucket Auction

March 20th, 2014

Please join us for our 5th Annual Fundraising Auction “A Drop in the Bucket” event to be held March 22, 2014 this Saturday – World Water Day! 6:30pm – Le Chambord 2737 Route 52 in Hopewell Junction. Tickets are $50.00

This event will feature silent and live auction items, cocktail hour, hearty appetizers, the stylings of comedian Dan McRitchie and other surprises.

This years event is a very special event. With all the challenges this past year that Frank Evert, Water WIthout Borders Founder and President, has been faced with – we want to make this his most successful auction ever. Please help us by attending our auction and inviting your firends. It is for a very good cause. By attending our 5th Annual Drop in the Bucket Fundraising Auction, you will help Water Without Borders provide sustainable sources of clean drinking water to people in need—domestically and internationally—in two primary ways:

» Mission Awareness. Our mission begins with informing those interested in making a meaningful difference of the importance and need for clean and uncontaminated drinking water. Water in not only a life sustaining necessity, but crucial to preventing many of the world’s problems such as famine and disease…

» Mission Accomplishment. The proceeds from this event will be utilized in the following ways:
» digging wells
» installing water purification systems
» providing disaster relief trailers

Without your support we would not be able to help as many as we have. Thank you!!

Here are the items up for auction this year:

4th Annual Drop in the Bucket WWB Auction.

February 4th, 2013

Please join us for our Fourth Annual Fundraising Auction “A Drop in the Bucket” event to be held March 22, 2013 at 6:30 pm at The Links at Union Vale 153 North Parliman Road in Lagrangeville, N.Y. The cost per ticket is $50.  Please mail your check to

Water Without Borders
10 Cole Rd, Suite A
Pleasant Valley, NY  12569

 

This event will feature silent and live auction items, cocktail hour, hearty appetizers, the stylings of comedian Dan McRitchie and other surprises.

This years event is a very special event. With all the challenges this past year that Frank Evert, Water WIthout Borders Founder and President, has been faced with – we want to make this his most successful auction ever. Please help us by attending our auction and inviting your firends. It is for a very good cause. By attending our Fourth Annual Drop in the Bucket Fundraising Auction, you will help Water Without Borders provide sustainable sources of clean drinking water to people in need—domestically and internationally—in two primary ways:

» Mission Awareness. Our mission begins with informing those interested in making a meaningful difference of the importance and need for clean and uncontaminated drinking water. Water in not only a life sustaining necessity, but crucial to preventing many of the world’s problems such as famine and disease…

» Mission Accomplishment. The proceeds from this event will be utilized in the following ways:
» digging wells
» installing water purification systems
» providing disaster relief trailers

Without your support we would not be able to help as many as we have. Thank you!!

Breakfast to Banquets

October 23rd, 2012

An up-date on our girls and boy, 11 chickens and 1 rooster. The ladies are laying eggs and we are selling farm fresh, free range eggs for $2.00/dozen. Call to place your order. There is no mistaking this guy as chicken.

Viridian Update

October 23rd, 2012

Viridian Energy offers their service in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Illinois, Massachusetts, District of Columbia and Delaware. As WWB approaches its one year fundraising opportunity with Viridian energy we have met all of our expectations. We have an income now that helps make every dollar you donate go to the cause. Call Frank to get your Nonprofit involved in this amazing opportunity, “It Works”.

www.viridian.com/waterwithoutborders

Part 2 of Haiti update/October 2012

October 23rd, 2012

As you know, a little over a month ago Haiti was hit by Hurricane Isaac which left parts of the country in greater need. We have delivered more trucks of water to some of the hardest hit areas in and around Jacmel. We have also conducted a survey on how Hurricane Isaac effected their drinking water. The results of which were not a surprise to WWB, other than the amount of money Haitians are paying for water. The report will be posted shortly.