BMS 3rd Annual Water for All Campaign

by Bob Iovino

Bob brought clean water to Sokhu Bhajhang - Shree Primary School and 1 other project.

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This campaign raised $4,977.
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What is something that all living organisms need to survive and that we may sometimes take for granted?

...water.

The Briarcliff Middle School Greenhouse Club has embarked upon a new journey of helping others. The club has recently decided to take the money raised during our annual plant sales and donate them to charity: water. In addition, the BMS is also holding our 3rd Annual Water for all campaign. Students will be raising money in their homeroom classes and the class that raises the most money at the end will play the teachers in a basketball game! Please join us in our mission to give people the simple gift of water.

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This campaign brought clean water to:
Sokhu Bhajhang - Shree Primary School, Nepal

This campaign contributed to 1 other project. See all of Bob's projects here »

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