Join us on a trip that will change lives…theirs and yours! You will have the opportunity to visit communities, participate in safe water projects, interact with children and families, learn about their culture, and experience, firsthand, the impact safe water, sanitation, and hygiene education has on these communities.
These are unique opportunities to gain invaluable experience volunteering abroad, being of service to others, and experiencing another culture and way of life.
A volunteer trip to Honduras includes hands – on activities like: installing water filters, building school latrines, laying water piping, administering anti-parasite medicine and interacting with children and families. It also includes visiting cultural sites and getting to know the people and culture of Honduras.
A volunteer trip to Haiti includes travel to rural communities to see PWW’s work in action; visiting homes and schools where PWW is currently working; learning about Haiti and the Haitian culture by visiting places of interest; interacting with children and community members.
YOU will be part of the solution. Clean water, sanitation and hygiene bring lasting change. Your participation will directly impact families, giving them the foundation for a healthier, more prosperous future.
Bob Mohr Student Trip Scholarship
Pure Water for the World has financial support available through the Bob Mohr Scholarship Fund, to be allocated toward the travel of students on PWW trips to Haiti and Honduras. If you are a student who is interested in traveling with PWW, and you need financial assistance, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com or call 802-747-0778. Trips fill quickly. Secure your spot on our next trip today.
Read About Volunteer Experiences
By Cheryl Woods, PWW Volunteer, Honduras April 2017 Having been an active member of our local Rotary Club in Liberty Lake, Washington for the past several years, my desire of late has been to give back. Having participated in local causes including Veterans groups, backpack programs, at risk youth program funding…the list goes on; there Continue reading
By Eric Johnson, PWW Volunteer & Honduras Trip Leader. As I reflect on my most recent PWW trip to Honduras last month, I’m amazed that, even on my 7th trip, I always experience new opportunities to serve and be humbled by the wonderful children and families we spend time with in the remote region of Continue reading
By Rachel Peck, Volunteer Three students from Elk Rapids High School in Michigan, joined middle school special education teacher, Julie Greene, on a volunteer trip to Haiti with Pure Water for the World (PWW) last November. The students all experienced a change in perspective and have shared their stories with us. Victoria Garrow, a senior at Elk Rapids Continue reading
Written by PWW Volunteer, Vijay Desai, Principal Consultant at Desai Management Consulting It’s often difficult to imagine that there are places in the world where clean water is not readily and reliably available. From my upbringing in India, I was familiar with the impacts of water shortage and the effects of living in unsanitary conditions. Continue reading
– Shared by Ian Williams, PWW Trip Volunteer There’s a little guilty satisfaction that comes over me each time I travel to another country on a Pure Water for the World trip. Am I doing it for them…or am I doing it for me? Perhaps it’s for both. I’m not going to dig a well Continue reading
By Kiana Estime, PWW Traveler Hello Everyone, My name is Kiana Estime and I am a 19 –year- old sophomore at Holyoke, MA Community College. Originally I did not expect to attend the 2016 Honduras trip, for I meant to hop aboard a plane to Port-au-Prince, Haiti before the trip was later cancelled. However, Pure Continue reading
Change-Maker: Carsten Pran, PWW Volunteer and Fundraiser In June, 17 students and adults joined our PWW-Honduras team for a week of service. The team of volunteers spent five days installing water filters and piping, building latrines, administering anti-parasite medication, and interacting with Honduran children and families. Sixteen-year old Carsten Pran, a high school student from California, shares Continue reading
Sunday, August 7th, was International Friendship Day. We wanted to share the story of two couples, who developed a strong friendship all because of a PWW trip to Honduras. Here is their story as told by the the Johnsons & the Sabens. As avid Rotarians in Yarmouth MA, we (Jim and Tammy) wanted to do Continue reading
“Bueno Trabajo” Bueno Trabajo are the familiar words spoken, upon completion of a week of volunteer work in Trojes, by long-time supporter, PWW Board Member and Rotarian, Barry Poppel. Barry was first introduced to PWW in 2007, when a Rotarian friend invited him to support a Water Walk benefiting PWW. Shortly following the walk, Barry, a Continue reading
By Paul Sofka, PWW Board Member Following the devastating 2010 earthquake, my son, Paul Sofka Jr., was invited to go to Haiti to provide meals for American workers who were supporting relief efforts for Haitians. Paul is a professional chef. He asked me to join him for 18 days, and I accepted his invitation. During our time there, we Continue reading