FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Water 4 Mercy, Inc Receives $25,000 Grant from Raskob Foundation for Marketing and Awareness Campaigns in the USA
Clearwater, FL - Water 4 Mercy, Inc is thrilled to announce that the organization has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Raskob Foundation. This grant will be instrumental in supporting our marketing and awareness campaigns aimed at increasing support for Water 4 Mercy's efforts within the United States. We express our sincere gratitude to the Raskob Foundation for their generous contribution, according to Nermine Khouzam Rubin, President of Water 4 Mercy.
The grant from the Raskob Foundation will enable Water 4 Mercy, Inc to implement comprehensive marketing strategies to raise awareness about the significant work we do. The funds will be utilized to reach a wider audience, educate the public about the pressing issues of water scarcity, hunger, and poverty in Africa, and garner support for our mission. With this grant, we are confident that we will be able to make a greater impact and transform more lives in Africa.
We look forward to keeping the Raskob Foundation updated on the progress of our marketing and awareness campaigns as we work diligently to expand our reach and engage communities throughout the United States. Through these efforts, we aim to foster understanding, empathy, and active participation in addressing the urgent needs of clean water, food security, and poverty alleviation in Africa.
Water 4 Mercy, Inc extends its deepest appreciation to the Raskob Foundation for their unwavering support and belief in our mission. With this grant, we are confident that we can continue our vital work and create lasting change in the lives of those affected by thirst, hunger, and poverty.
About Water 4 Mercy
Water 4 Mercy, Inc. is a USA non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to upholding human dignity by eradicating thirst, hunger, and poverty in Africa. Our organization leverages Israeli technologies and expertise, adapted to the unique circumstances in Africa, to transform the cycle of poverty into cycles of success, positively impacting the lives of many.
Water 4 Mercy's sustainable projects have achieved a 100% success rate and are remotely monitored, ensuring the resilience of solar-powered water sources in villages. This approach minimizes breakdowns, vandalism, theft, and other challenges typically faced by water systems implemented by aid organizations.
Water 4 Mercy collaborates with Israeli NGOs, including Innovation Africa and CultivAid, which oversee our sustainable water and agricultural projects. Additionally, in partnership with the premier Catholic vocational training school network, Don Bosco Technical Institutes of Africa, we are spreading Israeli knowledge throughout the continent. Through programs such as AITeC (Agricultural Innovation and Technology Centers), we aim to empower teachers and ensure long-term self-sustainability.
To date, over 47,000 people in Tanzanian villages now have permanent access to clean water and nutritious food for generations to come. Furthermore, we have trained 550 farmers and enrolled 150 students in AITeC, guaranteeing sustainable practices and knowledge transfer for future generations.
Contact: Nermine Khouzam Rubin, Water 4 Mercy, Inc