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Luncheon 4 TIKKUN OLAM

Water 4 Mercy made history and brought together our Roman Catholic and Jewish communities to join hands for a common cause.

Luncheon 4 TIKKUN OLAM

Water 4 Mercy, a Clearwater-based nonprofit, announced a fundraiser to increase awareness of their vital mission to uphold human dignity by providing water, food, and hope for Africa. The organization brought clean, life-giving water and agricultural solutions to remote African villages.

The Luncheon 4 TIKKUN OLAM, which was hosted at Congregation Beth Shalom in Clearwater, Florida, took place on March 31, 2023, from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event featured Water 4 Mercy Founder & CEO Nermine Khouzam Rubin as the keynote speaker. Traditional Israeli dishes were served in accordance with Lenten and Kosher dietary laws.

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Sivan Ya'ari, the founder and CEO of Innovation Africa, is a world-renowned speaker who was featured at TEDx. Her organization brought cutting-edge solar, agricultural and water technology to remote areas of Africa and was awarded the United Nations Award for Innovation for its remote monitoring system, ensuring the success of all Water 4 Mercy's projects.

Most Reverend Gregory L. Parkes, a Roman Catholic Bishop in the Diocese of Saint Petersburg, Florida, was inspired to support Israel and personally fund a permanent solution for Huzi Village in Tanzania. Parkes, a key supporter of Water 4 Mercy, believes in the organization's sustainable approach to giving 'A Hand Up, not a hand out.'

Water 4 Mercy, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization based in the USA with a mission to uphold human dignity by eradicating thirst, hunger, and poverty in Africa. About Water 4 Mercy. ​

Water 4 Mercy, a USA non-profit 501(c)3 organization, is committed to eradicating thirst, hunger, and poverty in Africa. By utilizing Israeli technologies and expertise, adapted to unique circumstances in Africa, Water 4 Mercy has transformed the cycle of poverty into 'Cycles of Success,' positively impacting the lives of many. The organization works with Israeli NGOs Innovation Africa and CultivAid, who implement sustainable water and agricultural projects that are 100% successful and remotely monitored, making each solar-powered water source resistant to breakdown, vandalism, theft, and other problems typically faced by systems installed by many aid organizations.

The videos below say it ALL, and provide a great overview of our mission and how we have eliminated thirst and hunger in Africa, QUICKLY!

Donations Still Accepted After the Event. Click Here.

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