Posted by Pat Garrison on Aug 31, 2019
Join the Rotary Club of Bridgewater and District for the 1st Annual Walk for Water at 9am on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, at the Woodland Gardens Pond at the Desbrisay Museum, Bridgewater. 
The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the global water crisis and generate funds to support a project that will bring clean water to families in a developing country.
Participants will walk ½ mile, fill their buckets, and retrace their steps to symbolize the burden that millions of women and girls in developing countries bear every day as they collect dirty water for use in their homes.
Every minute children die from water related diseases. We often take for granted the resources we have available to us. We can turn on the faucet and get a glass of clean water, but there are an estimated 900 million people in the world who lack access to safe water. Please support our event and help us make a difference.
The Rotary Club of Bridgewater and District will partner with event sponsors, our Rotary District 7820, and the Rotary Foundation of Canada to multiply your donation. There is a $10 recommended donation to participate. Pets are welcome. To make a donation or e-transfer