Water Missions International Selected for State’s “Angel List”

Water Missions International (WMI) was among ten nonprofit organizations recognized by the Secretary of State’s office for its annual “angel list,” a designation that ranks it a trustworthy charity. The Secretary of State released the “Scrooges and Angels” list... - November 17, 2006

Water Missions International Restructures Management Team as Part of Growth Plan

Water Missions International, the Charleston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing sustainable access to safe water in developing countries and disaster areas, has experienced a ten fold increase in water projects over the last two years, spurring the need to restructure and broaden... - August 30, 2006

Santa Clarita Valley Rotary Club and Water Missions International Help Prepare Cook Islands for Next Disaster

The Santa Clarita Valley Rotary Club of Santa Clarita, California has purchased a Living Water™ Treatment System (LWTS™) from Water Missions International to provide an effective means of purifying contaminated water on the Cook Islands after natural disasters. Cyclones frequently... - July 11, 2006

Water Missions International Mobilizes Relief for Indonesia

Nonprofit organization responds to vital need for safe water. - June 06, 2006

Bill Hewitt Awarded S.C. Order of the Palmetto

Water Missions International board chairman receives award at annual Water for Life Gala. - April 14, 2006

Water Missions International Launches World Water Day Activities

Charleston, South Carolina Nonprofit Asks Community to “Join Hands for Clean Water.” - March 03, 2006

Water Missions International Ships Ten Water Purification Systems to Honduras

On December 16, 2005, Water Missions International (WMI) will ship ten water purification systems to Honduras. The systems will be installed in rural communities of 1,000 or more people to provide a sustainable source of clean, safe water. AstenJohnson, St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in... - December 14, 2005

Water Missions International and Samaritan’s Purse Provide Safe Water in Guatemala

Project Will Give Relief to Thousands of Hurricane Stan Survivors. - October 20, 2005

Water Missions International Begins Well Rehabilitation Project in Rural Mississippi

Project Will Restore Water Access to Thousands of Homes - October 07, 2005

Charleston Commissioners of Public Works Partners with Water Missions International for Hurricane Katrina Relief

CPW Personnel to Evaluate Community Water Needs on the Gulf Coast - September 14, 2005

Variety Children's Lifeline Partners with Water Missions International for Hurricane Katrina Relief

Variety Lifeline Pledges to Match $250,000 in Donations - September 08, 2005

Water Missions International Ships Eleven Water Purification Systems for Hurricane Katrina Relief

Systems to Provide Safe Water for Hurricane Survivors in Rural Mississippi and Near New Orleans - September 05, 2005

Water Missions International and Pentair, Inc. Partner to Supply Safe Water to Hurricane Victims

Fourteen water purification systems to be deployed to Mississippi - September 02, 2005

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