How you can help bring clean water to millions around the world

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WHOlives founder, John Renouard explains the WHOlives mission and what they are doing to help bring clean water to millions of people around the world. Dallyn performs live and gives a sneak peek into their upcoming benefit concert. 

WHOlives, experts in sustainable clean water projects, is a Utah-based, international award-winning nonprofit whose mission is to save and improve millions of lives by providing sustainable access to clean WATER, better HEALTH, and economic OPPORTUNITY through the use of the Village Drill. (WHOlives is an acronym for water, health, opportunity).

Over 1 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean water which kills over 3.4 million people every year.  In the past 3 years, WHOlives initiatives have installed over 1200 water wells bringing clean drinking water to over 1.2 million people in over 25 countries.  Their sustainable delivery model and innovative Village Drill are solving problems that have gone unresolved for decades.  Their organization is focused on ending water poverty worldwide.

WHOlives methods empower individuals to create opportunity, not dependency by creating jobs and local economy. The Village Drill is the leading piece of technology in the fight against poverty.  Their founder, John Renouard, was presented the Red Cross International Hero Award for the life-saving work that WHOlives is doing.  

Clean Water for Life Benefit Concert
Saturday, October 28, 2017,
7 pm, Libby Gardner Concert Hall

Top talent comes together for an exceptional evening of musical entertainment and inspiration to continue the life saving mission to fund worldwide water projects.  Award-winning and internationally recognized musical performers include Dallyn Vail Bayles, One Voice Children’s Choir, Natalie Hill Jensen, Stephen Beus, Kelly DeHaan and Caleb Chapman Crescent Super Band will inspire the audience to benefit those truly lacking the primary basic need of clean water.  Over $5,000 in raffle prizes will also be awarded before the end of the night.  All concert proceeds will benefit worldwide water projects and also provide funding for local refugee initiatives including the funding of an educational scholarship gift. For concert information and to buy tickets, visit: (Due to the generous sponsorship of the concert by the D. Gary Young Foundation, every ticket and donation made for the concert has direct impact to the continue WHOlives life-saving efforts.)

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