Monday, April 26, 2010

Water = Hope campaign - volunteer!

Lokahi is excited to be partnering with Hope Through Healing Hands and their recently launched Water = Hope campaign; check out the website we just created to learn more.

We are also looking for volunteers to make this campaign a huge success:


A small drop can create a huge ripple.

Join Water = Hope as a volunteer on the Brad Paisley tour this summer and bring clean water to the millions that need it!

Hope Through Healing Hands is launching a nationwide effort around our Water = Hope campaign this spring and summer. Building on the idea that one individual can create a ripple, we are creating and supporting opportunities for volunteers to mobilize across the country to engage others in the clean water movement, advocate for smart clean water legislation, and promote investment in clean water projects globally.

Being a clean water campaigner can take on lots of different looks: you might lead efforts on your campus, you might be organizing meetings in your neighborhood, you might be joining us at national events – it’s really up to you! Water = Hope will be providing you with the training, information, materials and support that you need to make your efforts a huge success, building a grassroots movement of people committed to bringing clean water to those 890 million who lack it.

We are working with volunteers that will lead efforts in their communities and campuses around clean water, and who will be joining us at concerts and other events this summer, leading efforts to invest, connect and advocate.

In particular, we will be at all US Brad Paisley tour dates from May through September, and need volunteers to join us at the concerts!

To join us as a volunteer and learn more, please visit:

Friday, April 16, 2010

Campus Ambassadors hard at work...

LACC student Lawrence has been hard at work on campus lately - check him out in action:


Lawrence at LACC

He's been building lots of support, working with other campus groups to hold events like movie screenings, and recruiting new ACLU members - very cool stuff!