The Patt Christopher Project (TPCP) has raised more for clean water than any other group in our history. TPCP was created by brother and sister team, Newton Hopkins and Caitlin Bonner, and their spouses Blake Bonner and Monica Hopkins, to honor the life of their mother, Patt Christopher, who lost her battle with cancer in 2000.
In her 48 years, Patt Christopher touched the lives of all she met and had an enormous impact on her family and her community. Through TPCP, her legacy lives on. With the support of an amazing community, they have been able to provide clean water to more than 20,000 people and have shared the cause with hundreds of people who otherwise may not understand the importance of this work.
Learn more about The Patt Christopher Project’s impact in the video by Hearty Films below.