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Click here to see the video The wide smiles of the driven, young students and moving stories of the many villagers in this video, demonstrate the true “ripple effect” that access to clean water can have on whole communities. Voss Foundation is proud to have implemented two successful clean water projects in the village of Kalebuka,…

“Most of us don’t even take a second to realize how lucky we are to have access to clean water whenever we want it. Sadly not everyone has the same access we do to water, and that’s why the work of Voss Foundation is so vital and I support their work in providing water to…

Voss Foundation is excited to announce our newest partner, Good Future and Hope. Good Future and Hope (GF&H) supports street children and orphans through the provision of safe, long-term accommodation, sufficient food, basic medical care, and education in Uganda and Myanmar. GF&H’s vision is that every single child, everywhere in the world, has a right to…

Voss Foundation held our first event of the summer, the fourth annual Women Helping Women Boston event, on June 12, 2014, at Legal Harborside – our most successful Boston event ever! Thank you to the sponsors and attendees who came to support our cause, and made our luncheon the perfect opening to our summer calendar!…

Our fourth annual Women Helping Women Boston event was a huge success! A luncheon to improve the lives of African women and their families by providing access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene; and to celebrate global female empowerment. A luncheon to improve the lives of African women and their families by providing access to clean…

When the government drilled the borehole and built a compound, but to date the borehole has remained capped.   Voss Foundation’s eighth project in collaboration with Milgis Trust in the Samburu region of Kenya will outfit the existing borehole in the community of Kileswa with a solar-powered pump. The system will pump water to five water access points:…

Our Executive Director, Kara Gerson, was quoted in The Guardian this week in an article by Leigh Stringer on brands building the foundation for sustainable business in Africa: “‘One challenge [for businesses] will be making sure moving operations to Africa is done fairly, so that both the workers and the business owners benefit from it…

Kick-off your Independence Day weekend with a splash on July 3rd at our second annual celebration at Georgica in East Hampton, NY! Help us celebrate the independence clean water brings to communities with a cocktail party and dinner benefiting Voss Foundation. Thursday, July 3rd Georgica Restaurant and Bar 108 Wainscott Stone Rd Wainscott, NY 11975 8:00pm: Cocktail Reception 9:00pm:…

The solar-powered water system in Ndonyo Nasipa, Voss Foundation’s third project with our longest-standing implementing partner, Milgis Trust, in the Samburu region of Kenya, was completed in 2011. Three years later, this 2010 Women Helping Women project continues to provide water to the community. Voss Foundation’s Program Director, Caitlin Rackish, visited Ndonyo Nasipa on her…

“Developing impoverished communities to better health, economic, educational, social, and infrastructural standing starts simply with access to clean water,” says Nana Meriwether, an ardent Voss Foundation supporter. Nana Meriwether is best known for being crowned Miss USA 2012, though is also a former professional and Olympic volleyball player, academic, and philanthropist. Nana has been featured…

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