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2018 Clean Water Project in India – Meet the Team!

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Later this month, Shana Nunez, Tara Odell, Scarlett James, and Angelica Gonzalez, in partnership with For One Another and Hope Abides, will travel to India to distribute water filters and check on our ongoing projects. We’re so excited to provide this update, written by Shana, on their fundraising efforts over the past few months, and will be posting more […]


Celebrating Clean Water with Operation Unisson in Haiti!

Friday, December 7th, 2018

In January of 2018, For One Another partnered with Operation Unisson to distribute 20 Sawyer PointOne water filters to the remote rural community of Pincroix in the Central plateau of Haiti. The community of Pincroix has no power, running water, or access to healthcare. In the words of Paola Chanes-Mora, Ph.D., MPH, CHES, the founder […]


Partnering with SELF for Clean Water and Community Empowerment in Honduras

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

In 2017 and 2018, For One Another has partnered with Sustainable Empowerment Leadership Foundation (SELF) to provide clean water to four communities in Honduras. SELF is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that empowers people in communities, foreign volunteers, and SELF staff to make alliances and sustainably solve community problems. SELF works to ensure that each project […]


Saving Lives in Guatemala – One Filter at a Time

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Guest post by Pamela Boehle-Silva on her trip to Guatemala this past summer. You can follow her blog at alwaysmercy.tumblr.com. We hike up the steep cobblestone path leading to even steeper steps and eventually find our way on dirt paths that wind through the various homes tucked in the foliage of the hills above Colonia Hermano Pedro, […]


Orphanage in India Receives Clean Water

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

In 2014 I visited India on behalf of For One Another and with Hope Abides, a wonderful organization supporting education for orphans in India. Through Hope Abide’s existing connections with orphanages throughout India we were able to distribute Sawer Point1 water filters provided by For One Another to local communities in need. Carrie Beth had […]


Ecuador 2016: Guest Post by Anna Morrison

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Anna Morrison has been a huge supporter and helper of For One Another, and in February of 2016, she took her second trip representing our foundation (her first trip was several years ago to Uganda).  Here, Anna gives us a quick account of her experience: In February of this year we made our annual trip […]


A Look Back at 2014!

Thursday, January 1st, 2015

As I look back at the past year I wanted to share a little bit of my heart with you all and let you know how proud I am of our foundation and the work that is being accomplished. First off, thank you to all of our amazing supporters, board members and volunteers as this […]


Sand Dams

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Sand dams A sand storage dam (or sand dam) is a small dam built on – and into – the riverbed of a seasonal river or ephemeral stream. Sand dams effectively increase the volume of groundwater available for abstraction as well as prolonging the period in which groundwater is available. Since a large quantity of […]


A Sweet Story – Samsoneta

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

This story is about a little girl named Emerson and a little girl named Samsoneta.  I am friends with Emerson’s Mom Crystal.  Crystal recently read a story to Emerson from our blog about the children in Uganda and the little girl named Samsoneta.  As soon as Emerson heard the story of the needs in Uganda […]


From Haiti to Uganda

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Today I get to write about a very special person.  Her name is Paola Chanes-Mora   I first met Paola in Haiti for relief efforts in 2010.  We were there 5 months after the earthquake that occurred on January 12th 2010.  The earthquake took approximately 160,000 people’s lives and effected over 3 million people in […]


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2018 Clean Water Project in India – Meet the Team!

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Later this month, Shana Nunez, Tara Odell, Scarlett James, and Angelica Gonzalez, in partnership with For One Another and Hope Abides, will travel to India to distribute water filters and check on our ongoing projects. We’re so excited to provide this update, written by Shana, on their fundraising efforts over the past few months, and will be posting more […]


Celebrating Clean Water with Operation Unisson in Haiti!

Friday, December 7th, 2018

In January of 2018, For One Another partnered with Operation Unisson to distribute 20 Sawyer PointOne water filters to the remote rural community of Pincroix in the Central plateau of Haiti. The community of Pincroix has no power, running water, or access to healthcare. In the words of Paola Chanes-Mora, Ph.D., MPH, CHES, the founder […]


Partnering with SELF for Clean Water and Community Empowerment in Honduras

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

In 2017 and 2018, For One Another has partnered with Sustainable Empowerment Leadership Foundation (SELF) to provide clean water to four communities in Honduras. SELF is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that empowers people in communities, foreign volunteers, and SELF staff to make alliances and sustainably solve community problems. SELF works to ensure that each project […]


Saving Lives in Guatemala – One Filter at a Time

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

Guest post by Pamela Boehle-Silva on her trip to Guatemala this past summer. You can follow her blog at alwaysmercy.tumblr.com. We hike up the steep cobblestone path leading to even steeper steps and eventually find our way on dirt paths that wind through the various homes tucked in the foliage of the hills above Colonia Hermano Pedro, […]


Orphanage in India Receives Clean Water

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

In 2014 I visited India on behalf of For One Another and with Hope Abides, a wonderful organization supporting education for orphans in India. Through Hope Abide’s existing connections with orphanages throughout India we were able to distribute Sawer Point1 water filters provided by For One Another to local communities in need. Carrie Beth had […]


Ecuador 2016: Guest Post by Anna Morrison

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Anna Morrison has been a huge supporter and helper of For One Another, and in February of 2016, she took her second trip representing our foundation (her first trip was several years ago to Uganda).  Here, Anna gives us a quick account of her experience: In February of this year we made our annual trip […]


A Look Back at 2014!

Thursday, January 1st, 2015

As I look back at the past year I wanted to share a little bit of my heart with you all and let you know how proud I am of our foundation and the work that is being accomplished. First off, thank you to all of our amazing supporters, board members and volunteers as this […]


Sand Dams

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Sand dams A sand storage dam (or sand dam) is a small dam built on – and into – the riverbed of a seasonal river or ephemeral stream. Sand dams effectively increase the volume of groundwater available for abstraction as well as prolonging the period in which groundwater is available. Since a large quantity of […]


A Sweet Story – Samsoneta

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

This story is about a little girl named Emerson and a little girl named Samsoneta.  I am friends with Emerson’s Mom Crystal.  Crystal recently read a story to Emerson from our blog about the children in Uganda and the little girl named Samsoneta.  As soon as Emerson heard the story of the needs in Uganda […]


From Haiti to Uganda

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Today I get to write about a very special person.  Her name is Paola Chanes-Mora   I first met Paola in Haiti for relief efforts in 2010.  We were there 5 months after the earthquake that occurred on January 12th 2010.  The earthquake took approximately 160,000 people’s lives and effected over 3 million people in […]