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OUR IMPACT IN THE COMMUNITY

Igusi Clinic | 2017-2019

20,000+ people at Igusi, Zimbabwe have access to clean water

One filtration system installed + shed

Clinic refurbished

Kitchen for mothers-in-waiting - stove and sink installed

Property fenced and gated with signage

All doors and windows replaced

All buildings painted + 2 nurse cottages and kitchen

250 books delivered with Just Us

Lake Grapevine | 2016

One lake cleaned with Keep Grapevine Beautiful, an event aimed at cleaning and raising awareness of keeping our lakes clean

Hurricane Harvey | 2017

200+ supply boxes packed/unpacked for Hurricane Harvey victims in Houston, TX

Water Relief in Newark | 2019

11,500 bottled water delivered in Newark, NJ as relief efforts

United Nations Global Leadership Award | 2019

Lumbie awarded the UN Global Leadership Award by UNA Dallas Chapter

Pacific Ocean (5,500 miles) | 2016

Staged events for Ben Lecomte’s expedition to raise awareness about water pollution and the importance of living sustainably

Vortex Swim (371 miles) | 2016

Helped to raised awareness with long distance swimmer Ben Lecomte to inspire change towards our relationship with plastic, to keep ocean water clean from Hawaii to California

Global Goodwill Ambassador | 2020

Lumbie Mlambo honored as Global Goodwill Ambassador

COVID-19 Relief | 2020-2021

200 bottles of sanitizers distributed to Navajo Nation, AZ

28,300 feminine sanitary products and 100 facemasks and sanitizers delivered to women and girls, Houston, TX

Global Water Partners Water Changemaker Awards | 2020

Made it to eligibility round of awards

Global Water Partnership | 2020

Attained UN Global Water Partner status

George H.W. Bush Points of Light Awards | 2020

Lumbie Mlambo and Patricia Ellis honored in Points of Lights Awards

Pipeline: A Preview to our Current & Potential Impact

Zimbabwe

  • Water for Widows: Working in Matobo Hills with partners to provide access to clean water for a rural community of 6,000 mainly comprised of women and girls.
  • Igusi Clinic: Finishing what we started with WASH, we are in the next phase of working to bring sustainable sanitation solutions to Igusi Clinic.

United States

  • Music for Water: Starting our 2nd competition this April to raise awareness of our work across the world in a language that everyone speaks: music.
  • Sweet Compassion: Continuing our work led by 2 Bros. in the Kitchen to give thanks to our teachers for their hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Water Relief: Being part of the conversation and community engagement efforts in Newark to ensure clean water is available to affected areas and trust is sustained.