The Water Project is a non-profit organization that provides water and sanitation to people in sub-Saharan Africa. Campbell High School has helped build multiple wells through fundraising efforts. The Water Project club has become a community, with increasing numbers of members each year dedicated to supporting this international cause.
How do kids become aware of what is important in the world? As kids become more aware of the world around them, they learn how to make a local or global impact. The Water Project allows young people to take action on a global scale by addressing environmental and health concerns.
To meet the annual fundraising goal, The Water Project club has 50+ active members host multiple fundraising events throughout the year, including open house events, football games, bracelet sales, and lacrosse and soccer games. The club's promotion of service has resulted in a greater community contribution this year.
The club unites students to participate in a greater cause through fundraisers, showing the impact of their donations towards the opening of a new well and reflecting on past achievements. The members work together towards a common goal, showcasing the good in the world.
The Water Project at Campbell High School brings purpose to its community through fundraising and awareness strategies, setting them apart from other clubs. Seeing the impact of their efforts motivates them to go above and beyond in their goals.