The board of directors for both organizations unanimously approved the merger in June. Under the terms of the agreement, ActiveWater’
“I am thrilled by this announcement as there is a clear water crisis across the globe and it is my opinion that collaboration is the best way to make a difference,”
ActiveWater will continue to operate as a fundraising and educational entity that creatively leverages athletic lifestylesand grassroots campaigns to bring clean water solutions, hygiene training, and sanitation projects to communities with Wendel holding the position of Donor Engagement Lead and his co-founder Amie Hadaway is now serving as Donor Relations Lead.
"This is a significant milestone for our organization,"
Lifewater is a non-profit, Christian water development organization dedicated to effectively serving vulnerable children and families by partnering with underserved communities to overcome water poverty. For over 35 years,
Lifewater has focused on contextually appropriate, low-tech water development. Lifewater trains, equips, and empowers local communities and churches to meet their own needs with safe water. Lifewater International is a 501(c) (3) non-profit, Christian water development organization that intentionally serves all people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender.
ActiveWater is a division of Lifewater International that creatively uses the athletic lifestyle and grassroots campaigns to bring clean water solutions, hygiene training, and sanitation projects to communities in need across the globe. Additionally, it fulfills its mission by informing individuals and groups of the greatest challenge our world faces, the need for safe drinking water