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Swaziland: Rehabilitation Project Update Voss Foundation funded the evaluation of 22 water and sanitation projects implemented by our partner boMake Rural Projects (formerly Gone Rural boMake) as well as the rehabilitation of 14 water systems that did not meet the revised national standards through the Charlot D. Malin Commemorative Fund and Mikimoto’s Pearls for Progress campaign. The water…

Kalebuka Village Water Projects 9-11: 2018 Drilling Update Voss Foundation first partnered with Malaika in 2010 to fund a borehole at the site of the Malaika School in Kalebuka, the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since then, Voss Foundation has funded an additional 11 boreholes with hand pumps, to provide safe drinking water to over 16,000…

Voss Foundation and VOSS Water Expo West Recap From March 7th through 11th, Voss Foundation and VOSS Water participated in the 38th annual Natural Products Expo West, the world’s largest natural, organic and healthy products event, to premier our first virtual reality (VR) film. More than 85,000 people attendees the Expo at the Anaheim Convention…

Project evaluation is underway in Swaziland! Since 2013, Voss Foundation has funded 16 water systems, structural upgrades for 14 existing systems, 420 ventilated pit latrines, and sanitation and hygiene trainings in Swaziland with our local implementing partner boMake Rural Projects (formerly Gone Rural boMake) benefiting over 8,000 people. Of the 16 water systems, 10 have…

On November 8th, Voss Foundation’s 8th Annual Women Helping Women (WHW) New York luncheon raised awareness and over $100,000 to support our mission to fund access to water, sanitation, and hygiene as a means to enable community-driven development in Sub-Saharan Africa. This generous commitment brought our eight-year WHW campaign total to over $1,085,000. Almost 200…

On August 7th, Voss Foundation’s third annual Women Helping Women (WHW) Hamptons luncheon raised awareness and over $36,000 to support our mission to fund access to water, sanitation, and hygiene as a means to enable community-driven development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Over 100 supporters came to Tutto il Giorno, to shop, enjoy lunch, and celebrate global…

On June 8th, Voss Foundation’s Sixth Annual Women Helping Women (WHW) Boston Luncheon and African Bazaar raised awareness and over $22,000 to support our mission to provide access to water, sanitation, and hygiene as a means to enable community-driven development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Seventy-five supporters came to the Boston College Club, located in the heart…

On November 5th, Voss Foundation’s Sixth Annual Women Helping Women (WHW) New York Luncheon and African Bazaar  raised over $107,000 to fund the water and sanitation infrastructure for Good Future and Hope Foundation’s five new homes, which will provide safe accommodations to homeless children and orphans in the Nakisunga region of Uganda. Over 2oo supporters…

Last October, Voss Foundation Board member Tenny Field and his wife Kim, two of our 2015 Women Helping Women New York honorees, launched a personal giving campaign to raise funds for the water and sanitation facilities for the dormitories and teachers’ houses at the Good Future & Hope orphanage in Uganda, with a private event at…

On August 3rd, Voss Foundation brought our celebrated Women Helping Women (WHW) program “out East” for the first-ever WHW Beach event in at Osteria Salina in East Hampton, New York. Hosted by Cristina Cuomo and Andrea Greeven Douzet, the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, respectively, of sponsor, Modern Luxury’s Beach Magazine, the luncheon was an unqualified success….

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