Q: What do Scarlett Johansson, Justin Trudeau and Well Aware have in common?

A: They will be featured at the Women in the World Summit this week at Lincoln Center in NYC!

You might have already heard that our very own Sarah Evans, Founder and Executive Director of Well Aware, was selected to be a Toyota Mother of Invention. This award honors the remarkable women who actively contribute to the community and the world through innovation, entrepreneurship, and invention.

This week Sarah and Well Aware will be featured at the Women In the World Summit as a Toyota Mother of Invention, speaking along side thought leaders, humanitarians, and innovators, such Arianna Huffington, Justin Trudeau, Hillary Clinton, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Diane Von Furstenburg, Scarlett Johansson, and more.

Sarah will be sharing how Well Aware innovated the "secret sauce" to address the global water crises- and how Well Aware has been able to maintain a 100% success rate in building sustainable water systems (while more than 60% of other wells fail after just one year).

Join us on social media (links just below) to follow Sarah's journey in NYC. Check for special updates and surprises. It will be a busy and exciting week for Well Aware and our clean water projects!


Join Sarah, Well Aware, and the movement to help transform lives through clean water.

Sign up for Shower Strike, from April 22nd-29th! Register now.

Known as the "funnest, easiest, and funkiest" way to make a difference in the world, the annual Shower Strike campaign raises funds to support Well Aware and the life changing, community transforming work they do in Africa.

You can join as an individual or start or join a team- click here to find out more about Shower Strike and to register.

Know a school group that may want to be involved? Certain, qualifying student groups will be partnered this year with companies who will match your students' funds raised! Learn more here.

Join Sarah and Shower Strike today.

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