As we gear up for tomorrow’s Water Drop, we reflect on this past weekend, and the large amount of water, food and supplies we had left that were consumed by those who needed it.
From the mountains to the desert, our two teams caught a break in the heat (it only peaked around 110° in the warmest area) and were able to use this slightly cooler temperature to go on deeper and more challenging routes to get the supplies where they needed to go.
Continued thanks to everyone who continues to come out week after week, to face the heat head on and the teamwork to get everyone back safely.
While the temperatures are still extreme, we are only taking experienced Water Drop volunteers for the time being. Thank you all for your patience. As soon as we can safely take new volunteers we will. For the meanwhile, sharing posts and making donations allow us to continue our work, and be efficient as possible.
For any questions about Water Drops or our Water Drops during Covid, reach out to Water Drop Program Co-Director James Cordero, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your continued support! Link in bio to donate to our work.
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