The Overflow Project Kicks Off 50-Day Challenge with Art Installation in Seattle

The Flood Venture is welcoming individuals into another method for living this spring with a 50-Day Test to improve, give, and change lives. The not-for-profit is facilitating an uncommon gathering and craftsmanship establishment at Effect Center Seattle from 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, April 12, to fabricate mindfulness about this unmistakable approach to react to the worldwide water emergency.

“The establishment piece of the current year’s 50-Day Test is a bit of craftsmanship intended to advise us that, at once where almost anything can be purchased and arranged, about 1 billion individuals live without the central benefit of clean drinking water” said Brian Wolters, originator and official executive of The Flood Extend. “Clean water is an essential need for human life and advancement.” “We are appreciative Samuel Stubblefield (http://computerized physical.com/) and Craftsman Renewal (http://artistreformation.com) have made this bit of workmanship to share our vision.”

The Flood Venture is a 501(c)3 non-benefit association changing the world through basic living and liberal giving. It unites groups for aggregate change to end neediness by supporting clean water extends in creating nations.

“We asked our companions, our families and ourselves what we could manage without. We gathered some of those things to show for you. This odd array intends to trigger thought around your capacity to roll out little improvements that have gigantic effect on others,” said nearby craftsman Samuel Stubblefield, who made the workmanship establishment alongside craftsman Jeff Bettger from Craftsman Reorganization, which assembles individuals to interface and make in group.

The Flood Venture’s 50-Day Challenge starts on April 20 and goes through June 8. Members are urged to improve a propensity in their life keeping in mind the end goal to spare $1 or all the more every day of the test. On Day 50, members give and flood the cash they have spared so as to give economical clean water sources that will individuals’ change lives.

100% of the assets gave through the 2014 50-Day Test will be given to worldwide alleviation and improvement organization World Sympathy toward clean water, sanitation, and cleanliness preparing programs in Olemegili town in Kenya.

More data about The Flood Venture and its 50-Day Test can be found at http://overflowproject.org

Media Contact:

Brian Wolters

Author and Official Executive

The Flood Extend

Telephone: 1.206.850-9031

Email: info@overflowproject.org

Twitter: @OverflowProject

The Flood Venture is a non-benefit association changing the world through basic living and liberal giving. We unite groups for aggregate change to end neediness by supporting clean water extends in creating nations.

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