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Education isn’t a solution. It’s the solution.

—Dr. András Szöllősi-Nagy, Rector of the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education


Are you looking for a meaningful way to impact the future of water? Your donation ensures that we can continue to reach millions of people with high-quality, objective water resources education. More than 87 cents of every dollar we spend supports our water education activities around the world, which means that you can feel confident that your gift is helping shape the next generation of responsible water stewards. From water conservation in the U.S. Southwest and flood awareness in New England to watershed protection in China and WASH education in Tanzania, our extensive collection of water education materials and established training network gives school and community educators the tools they need to increase water awareness and be a part of finding and carrying out local solutions to water problems. We hope you will take a moment to contribute to the future of water.


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Sandra Chisholm DeYonge Children’s Education Memorial Fund--Sandra DeYonge worked at the Project WET Foundation for the better part of two decades and played a key role in shaping most of the Project WET publications during that time. 

Support Project WET’s Early Childhood Water Education Program--Want to change our water future? Give today to support Project WET's new Early Childhood Water Education Program, which will reach millions of young children with engaging, interactive water education.

Help Schools in Kenya Harvest Rainwater--This project seeks to install and maintain rainwater harvesting systems in conjunction with Project WET's proven water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) education program that has already been used successfully around the world. 

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