April 9, 2008 — We enjoyed great support from our Tap Project volunteers, and we want to keep that momentum going.
Volunteers participate in programs year round that support our education, advocacy and fundraising efforts, and that’s why we’ll be asking both Tap Project volunteers and our previously registered volunteers to participate in UNICEF’s Unite for Child Survival: Advocacy Week. Beginning April 28th, we’ll be asking our volunteers and supporters to become acquainted with three issues very important to UNICEF, and asking you to take action every day during that week.
March 20, 2008 — The Empire State Building went blue for the Tap Project last night! Just one of the many amazing things going on across the country as people join together to help children everywhere get access to clean, lifesaving water.
March 17, 2008 — The Tap Project is in full swing this week, and newspapers like The New York Times, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal ran prominent ads in today’s editions highlighting the week-long event. Regional papers like the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and The Denver Post also advertised the campaign, which urges diners to pay one dollar for tap water they would normally get for free. Proceeds fund UNICEF’s lifesaving water programs.