2017 Shower Strike

2017 Shower Strike saves lives
Well Aware

About 2017 Shower Strike

The Shower Strike is over, and all of our Strikers can finally take a shower (whew!). BUT, we’re still raising funds through June 30th. For every $10 we raise, one more person gains access to clean and lasting water.

Congratulations to the top fundraising individual, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, and top fundraising team, The Patt Christopher Project, who will each now have a clean water system dedicated in their name.

Date

Starts at:  April 22, 2017 12:01 AM
Ends at:  April 29, 2017 11:59 PM

Location

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Contact

Jessica Sager
512-200-7312
Jessica@wellawareworld.org

How Shower Strike Works

Volunteers across the globe unite and promise not to shower during Shower Strike (April 22nd-29th) until they have met their fundraising goal for building water systems in Africa. Our nationally-recognized fundraiser enables anyone who wants to help Well Aware’s cause make a big impact in a short time.

You can participate as an individual or as part of a team. And- we make it easy for you! We provide you with all the support, resources, and love you need to raise life-saving funds fun ans easily and have a successful #ShowerStrike.

Step 1. Join the Shower Strike.

Step 2. Set your fundraising goal.

Step 3. Invite your friends, neighbors, family and coworkers to support you and donate.

Step 4. Have fun!

Do you want to participate in Shower Strike, but also still want to shower? No problem! You can still join and help raise money to build life-saving and community transforming wells in east Africa.

Cheeky Spoof of Hitchcock's "Psycho"

Actress and writer, Mary Elizabeth Ellis Day, teams up with director, Mo Perkins, to join us for a cheeky spoof of Hitchcock's "Psycho" to raise awareness for our annual Shower Strike campaign, which funds clean water systems in east Africa.

About Well Aware

Well Aware is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with headquarters in Austin, Texas that provides innovative and sustainable solutions to water scarcity and contamination in Africa. We fund and implement life-saving water systems to drive economic development and build self-sufficient communities. At Well Aware, our responsibility to the communities in which we work goes far beyond the drilling of a hole.


Well Aware has a 100% success rate with the water systems and wells we build, when the industry average is 40%. Our water systems work and they last because of realistic and responsible planning and collaboration. And, our partner communities are thriving as a result. To learn more visit www.wellawareworld.org

We couldn't do it without our sponsors.


For information about sponsoring the 2017 Shower Strike, visit our Become a Sponsor page.