Water Mission Partners with High Water Festival for the Earned Volunteer Ticket Program

Water Mission, a nonprofit Christian engineering organization, has partnered with High Water Festival to raise awareness about the global water crisis and inspire the Charleston community to make a difference through the Earned Volunteer Ticket Program.

The program provides opportunities for individuals interested in attending High Water to complete a set number of community service hours for one of the festival’s charitable partners as an alternative way to earn a ticket to the event, which will take place April 13-14 at Riverfront Park in North Charleston.

Individuals interested in volunteering at Water Mission as part of High Water Festival’s Earned Volunteer Ticket Program can visit http://highwater.watermission.volunteerhub.com to learn more.

About Water Mission

The Water Mission organization is a Christian engineering nonprofit that designs, builds, and implements safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas. Since 2001, Water Mission has used innovative technology and engineering expertise to provide access to safe water for nearly four million people in 55 countries. Water Mission has 350 staff members working around the world in permanent country programs located in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean. To learn more, visit watermission.org.

About the High Water Festival Earned Ticket Program

High Water Festival’s Earned Ticket Program provided more than 3,000 service hours in 2017 for the festival’s three Charleston based charity partners: Charleston Waterkeeper, Green Heart Project, and Water Mission. To learn more about the High Water Festival and its earned ticket program, visit highwaterfest.com.

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