Sep 03 2010
September 3, 2010
Water=Hope Campaign Builds Wells and Writes Senators
The Brad Paisley H2O Tour Airs on GAC TV this Weekend
GAC's Top 20 crew made its way to Raleigh, NC this past weekend to catch up with Brad Paisley on his H2O Tour. Dive in and join GAC for the hottest videos of the week and behind the scenes interviews with Brad and his tourmates Steel Magnolia, Justin Moore, and Darius Rucker.
Brad makes a stop at the Water=Hope Booth with GAC TV to visit with Brande and Kim and our volunteers and to share about the campaign!
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6,306 Signatures Mailed to Senators in Washington D.C. for Water for the World Act
The Brad Paisley H2O Tour has swept through
We asked Senators George S. LeMieux (FL), Bill Nelson (FL), Charles E. Schumer (NY), John Cornyn (TX), and Kay Bailey Hutchison (TX) to sign the Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act of 2009 as a co-sponsor to advance clean water and sanitation development activities accompanying your signatures. The Act would provide over 100,000,000 people with first-time access to safe drinking water and sanitation on a sustainable basis by 2015.
At the same time, we said Thank You to Senators Roland W. Burris (IL), Kirsten E. Gillibrand (NY) Robert P. Casey, Jr. (PA), and Arlen Specter (PA) for already co-sponsoring this important bill. And, Senator Richard J. Durbin (IL) is the sponsor of the bill. We are proud of their leadership on this issue.
If you would like to call or write your Senator, click HERE to find his/her contact information.
Buy a T-Shirt to Build a Well
We are excited to announce that our Water=Hope Campaign t-shirts are now on sale on our online store! With each donation of $25, you will receive one (1) navy blue shirt, made by American Apparel. The Water=Hope logo was designed by the famous Hatch Print shop in
A portion of the proceeds will go directly toward building wells in
Thanks for your support,
Jenny Eaton Dyer, Ph.D.