THIRST Project provides safe, clean water

THIRST Project provides safe, clean water to African community
Bay High Key Club THIRST Project chairs (pictured from left), Noah Lowery, Shea Janos and Benjamin Anderson stand with some of the “water drops” sold during the fundraiser that raised $12,000 to provide safe, clean water to a community in the country of eSwatini in Africa.

Bay High Key Club, Bay Middle School Builders Club and Westerly K-Kids joined the Bay Village Kiwanis family in collecting donations, selling t-shirts and water drops, and holding a Chipotle fundraiser. Advisors are Anita Bauknecht, Zorana Levi and Patrick Kelly.

These schools made a life-changing difference for an entire community! Look for a podcast interview with Key Club’s student leaders on this project coming soon.