Splash is hosting a virtual gala this week from May 12-15th called Just Add Water. The goal for Just Add Water virtual gala is to raise $200,000 to ensure Splash has the resources required to continue serving the kids, schools, and vulnerable communities that rely on their programs. They have reported fundraising over $50,000 before the event has even officially started! We feel confident that with the help of Team Never Settle and other supporters, they will reach their ambitious fundraising goal!
Today, Splash served 368,084 children worldwide with clean drinking water. But it isn't just today - Splash gives the gift of sustainable clean drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene to kids every single day. With Never Settle's help, Splash refuses to settle for their current progress and continues to grow their impact. Splash is currently working … Continue reading Today Splash Served 368,084 Children and Growing in 6 Countries
At the end of 2015, Never Settle hosted its 2nd annual World Change campaign to promote giving and volunteering during the holiday season. Our goal was to empower our community of ordinary people to make an extraordinary impact in the world during the two month campaign. To accomplish our goal, we partnered with like-minded nonprofits, … Continue reading World Change 2015 Progress Report
Never Settle is hosting a 2nd annual World Change campaign to promote giving and volunteering during the 2015 holiday season. Our goal is always to empower ordinary people to make an extraordinary impact in the world, but we like to kick it up a notch to end the year. We have big plans for World … Continue reading Announcing World Change 2015
As you’ve likely seen, there was a devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25th, killing more than 1,800 people. Never Settle partner, Splash, has 131 water projects serving 96,148 children in Kathmandu, Nepal. Only hours after the earthquake hit and tremors were still being felt, Splash worked diligently to make sure all Splash staff … Continue reading Water Crisis Following Deadly Nepal Earthquake