Students, please consider supporting this important effort to help clean water projects in Central America by attending Soup & Bread next Wednesday, April 11 from 5-7pm in Kittredge. I share Nate Addington’s message below:
Soup and Bread, in collaboration with the Greenhouse Student Sustainability Group, is teaming up again to reach our pledge for the Companion Community Developmental Alternatives’ (CoCoDA) clean water projects in Central America. Our first dinner this semester kicked off our campaign and was a huge success! But we still have a little work to do! Join us in reaching our goal of $5,750 towards the total cost of these projects ($110,000).
This past October, students, staff, and faculty from The College of Wooster attended The Sun and Water Conference hosted by CoCoDA in Suchitoto, El Salvador. The conference focused on CoCoDA’s initiatives to install solar powered water filtration systems in three villages located in El Salvador and Nicaragua. Our pledge will go towards directly benefiting these projects in these villages.
We invite you to join us in The Soup and Bread Central American Clean Water Campaign! We’ll have soup and grilled cheese! It’s only one meal swipe or $5! All are welcome to attend!
*View this video from The Sun and Water Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G26CcoWNh6I&t=215s