GOAL : 2000 $
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Quench's current project is to raise $2,000 to help over 200 displaced people in Uganda. Read more to see how you can help!Read More
GOAL : 2500 $
RAISED : 0 $
The Brazil Project was just recently completed! Stay tuned for details about the people your donations have helped!Read More
What started out as a college project has blossomed into a student driven non-profit organization raising over $10,000 and giving fresh water access to villages all over the world. Founders Kelsie and Chrsitian started Quench to utilize college campuses to raise awareness about the World Water Crisis and to raise funds to help those in need.
As Kelsie became more familiar with the staggering reality faced of those affected by the World Water Crisis she was determined to help people in need. Her dedication for this cause is the driving force behind Quench, and she is the glue that holds us all together. She manages, and everything else in between.CONTACT ME
Christian is a USC graduate, owner of the real estate development company CC Solutions, and author of Lose the Limits. His love of business and passion to help the world water crisis lead him to create Quench with Kelsie while working on a school project.CONTACT ME
The world water crisis is a cause near and dear to Atisha. Her father was raised in Tanzania with lack of clean water and she became sick herself after drinking water while visiting family in India. She joined Quench once she heard of our Tanzania project, and now assists our team of ambassadors to reach our goals and complete a growing list of projects.CONTACT ME
Julie is a Philadelphia based graphic designer, world traveler, and foodie. She became aware of the world water crisis when Kelsie, her childhood best friend, made her aware of the alarming facts. She manages the website, creates Quench swag, and is accomplishing world water crisis awareness one design at a time.CONTACT ME
Water is the foundation of life, and still today, nearly 700 million people lack access to it. By helping Quench provide access to clean water, you will be helping prevent water-borne illnesses that rob the lives of nearly 1 million people each year. Interested in learning more?