One Drop celebrates its 15th anniversary!
The One Drop Foundation celebrates 15 years today. 15 years of a creative and artistic ethos that makes a positive impact on individuals, communities, and the planet at large. 15 years of unrepeatable and unforgettable fundraising activities. 15 years of working towards the vital cause of sustainable access to safe water, worldwide.
For 15 years, we have worked towards ensuring that communities around the world have sustainable access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene through a wide array of projects on multiple continents—and we plan on doing even more in the 15 years to come.
Access to safe water is a necessity. It’s required to achieve gender equality and equitable access to education, to improve general health and well-being, to allow for discussions around resilience to climate change, and to reduce the inequities that affect the world’s Indigenous communities, notably in Northern Canada. We are proud to say that, alongside our partners, we are on our way to impact more than 2.7 million people—but there is much more to be done. We aim to expand our impact in Latin America and Canada’s North.
Thank you to our global community of changemakers who have supported our mission over the past 15 years, and to all those who will support it until everyone has access to safe water. Thanks to your support, trust, and belief in universal access to safe water, we have been able to increase our scope year after year, and the positive impact of our projects continues to grow exponentially.
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As the One Drop Foundation celebrates fifteen years of ensuring sustainable access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene in communities around the world, Founder and President Guy Laliberté shares his thoughts on the growing challenges facing our world faces, the work that remains to be done and the solutions that can bring lasting change.
“It is with great pride that I have seen the positive impact of the work of One Drop since 2007. However, as the foundation celebrates its 15th anniversary this year, I realize that there is still a long way to go. »