Looking for a winter evening programme? Tony Clutten of Wansdyke District can offer a WaterAid’s Water Warriors evening which will raise awareness and raise money for children around the world who don’t have access to clean water.
As a scout leader, he can run a non-uniform evening and encouraging all to wear as much blue as possible in exchange for a £1 donation for WaterAid. As a warrior they can wear a face mask as attached pattern or similar.
Tony is a registered WaterAid speaker and will advise about issues faced by communities across the world who don’t have access to clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene, and how the money raised can make a difference.
Around the world, 1 in 10 children don’t have clean water and 1 in 3 don’t have a decent toilet. For them, it’s normal to have to walk to a muddy pond to collect water. It’s normal to miss lessons because they are sick from drinking this dirty water. And it’s normal to have to go to the toilet in the school grounds, with no privacy. We want to help WaterAid change this.
Throughout the evening we will have a Power point presentation mixed with games based on WATER (what else).
Tony really appreciate your support and hope all the scouts will have fun helping him to raise lots of money for WaterAid.
The Million Hand project through scouting is being launched in 2018 and WaterAid is one of the partners for clean water and sanitation https://www.amillionhands.org.uk/resource
ADC Activities - Wansdyke District