Water Mission, a nonprofit Christian engineering organization, has partnered with High Water Festival to raise awareness about the global water crisis and inspire the Charleston community to make a difference through the Earned Volunteer Ticket Program. The program provides opportunities for individuals interested in attending High Water to complete a set number of community service hours for one of the festival’s charitable partners as an alternative way to earn a ticket to the event, which will take place April 13-14 at Riverfront Park in North Charleston.
“We are grateful for the support of High Water Festival and their work to partner with local nonprofits in the North Charleston community,” said Bonnie Hanna, Volunteer Programs Supervisor for Water Mission. “The idea behind encouraging individuals to volunteer locally and come together as a community is inspiring. The Earned Ticket Program has made a positive impact on Water Mission and has strengthened our ability to reach more communities around the world with access to safe water.”
“The High Water Festival’s Earned Ticket program not only helps Water Mission raise awareness but also encourages people to get involved in their local community,” said Kerry Dodson, Water Mission’s Director of Events and Engagement. “We are grateful for High Water’s continued partnership and the hope they bring as they walk alongside us in our work to find solutions to the global water crisis.”
Individuals interested in volunteering at Water Mission as part of High Water Festival’s Earned Volunteer Ticket Program can visit http://highwater.watermission.volunteerhub.com to learn more.