World Water Day 2013 Social Media Messages to Share
World Water Day is March 22, 2013
Declared by the United Nations in 1993, World Water Day puts the spotlight on the need for safe and accessible water for all people and the sustainable management of water resources. Please help Haiti Outreach spread our message and support the work we do with communities in Haiti on water, education and other projects that the communities initiate, help build and sustain. It’s as easy as cutting and pasting the following messages and sharing with your friends.
For Facebook, Google+, Blogs and Emails:
March 22 is World Water Day! 80 schools, 21 countries, and more than 6,000 people are taking part in Walking for Water, a campaign where students from Colombia to Pakistan, from Ireland to Kenya will walk six kilometers while carrying six liters of water in a backpack.
You can do your part for World Water Day—help me and my friends at Haiti Outreach raise $10K to build and support clean water wells in celebration of World Water Day!
During the last fifteen years, Haiti Outreach has raised millions of dollars for community development work in Haiti. They have created community wells and clean water projects for an estimated 150,000 people. Let’s keep their good work progressing by helping Haiti Outreach reach their goal of $10K to build and support clean water wells in Haiti. Do your part for World Water Day!
Haiti Outreach is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary this year. What better time than World Water Day to celebrate the accomplishments they have achieved over that time. Community-supported freshwater and sanitation facilities for nearly 150,000 people. Let’s jumpstart their efforts by giving today!
A drink of fresh, cold water. We take it for granted. Designer water bottles and dishwashers are just ordinary parts of our lives. It’s hard to even imagine a day without access to clean water. Five million Haitians—half the population—face this situation daily. Celebrate World Water Day with a contribution that will ensure safe, freshwater for years to come.
World Water Day focuses public attention on the fact that ten percent of the world’s population does not have access to safe water, and over a third of the world does not have access to adequate sanitation facilities. Share this with your friends and help Haiti Outreach reach their goal of $10K to build and support clean water wells in Haiti.
Haiti Outreach president Jeffrey Brown will be interviewed on Minnesota Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” Thursday afternoon about World Water Day and progress made in Haiti. Listen online: http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/all_things_considered/
Message#7 (once interview is posted online)
In case you missed it, you can now listen to Haiti Outreach president Jeffrey Brown’s interview about World Water Day on MPR’s “All Things Considered” online. http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/all_things_considered/
780 million people do not have access to clean water and almost 2.5 billion do not have access to adequate sanitation. 1.8 million children die annually from waterborne diseases. Celebrate World Water day by alleviating some of this tragedy – share this with your friends to help me and my friends at Haiti Outreach raise $10K to build and support clean water wells in celebration of World Water Day!
Catch an interview 3/22 with @HaitiOutreach’s Jeff Brown about World Water Day on MPR’s All Things Considered. Join #waterday and donate!
$10,000 to build and support clean water wells! Together we can make this World Water Day last a lifetime!
Celebrate #WWD by helping @HaitiOutreach build clean water wells in #Haiti. Even $10 can make a difference.
Are you in? @Haiti Outreach is challenging us to raise $10,000 for clean wells in #Haiti for #WWD. Let’s do our part!