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September 30th, walk (or bike) the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito – ferry back to San Francisco Ferry Building fundraising event
Early Bird tickets (save $10) are available through through August 31. After that, please register by September 27.
The El Lllanito, Nicaragua water supply project team is putting this fundraiding event on for the Engineers without Borders San Francisco Professional chapter (EWB-SFP).
In August the Rotary Global Grant 1638377 Nicaragua – water supply project was approved.
The El Lllanito, Nicaragua water supply project EWB team is doing the engineering for the water supply system and is applying for a $6000 grant for the project from the chapter. The requirements to obtain the grant include chapter-wide fundraisers like this one.
The September 30th, walk (or bike) the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito – ferry back to San Francisco Ferry Building is modeled after very popular walks that the Livermore Rotary club has done. I’ve participated in several of them and this should be fun.
Our El Llanito Nicaragua water supply project team is working on our annual Engineers Without Borders – San Francisco Professional chapter annual fundraising gala, SFari 2017, at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco on Thursday, October 19th beginning at 7PM.
Our project team is also applying for a $6k grant for the water project from our chapter. The requirements we need to fulfill to obtain the grant include two chapter-wide fundraisers. We are launching these and would appreciate your support. Please consider donating or registering to participate in our September 30th, walk (or bike) the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito – ferry back to San Francisco Ferry Building. Ticket includes sandwich lunch with soft drink and ferry ticket.
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Engineers Without Borders is a nonprofit that focuses on sustainable engineering solutions to solve problems in developing countries. Our chapter (http://www.ewb-sfp.org/programspage/) specifically has seven project teams. This event goes to supporting all of our projects in these communities and we focus on the needs that were proposed to us which could be sanitation, healthcare, water access or a variety of other issues that developing world communities face.