On Saturday, Nov. 7, the Guatemala Mission Partnership (GMP) held its first ever virtual fundraiser by creating a fundraising video that premiered on YouTube.
The fundraising team did a lot of advanced planning to make this happen: researching best practices, recording and editing the video, and updating their website and Facebook page. They spread the word several ways: an online event and email marketing campaign through their website, their new YouTube Channel, and their Facebook page.
It was around two in the morning when I left the house. The heat was the obvious reason for my sleepless night. I got into my bike, my star transport means; there are many stars in this city. The fact I was pedaling really hard reminded me of the oil I forgot to put on it. A soft breeze eased the unbearable humidity of the weather. The words I had heard yesterday still resonated in my mind. I could not help overhearing them while I was fixing the water pipes in the room next
In the mid 1990s, a cholera outbreak in the small village of Maya Balam in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico took the lives of many people, among them the youngest son of Diego Salvador. So it was no surprise that he was overjoyed to welcome a Living Waters for the World team from Kentucky, who in 2008 installed with his village a water purification system. Now, nearly a decade later, Diego serves as the chair of Maya Balam's Water Committee. When a group from LWW visited there