"Our school cares about giving back and making a difference in the world", said Hannah Sieler, a Senior in the business class, "CannedWater4Kids fits with that goal.
Tulsa, Oklahoma (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
Riverfield Country Day School (RCDS), a private, coed, nonsectarian institution will hold a "Visiting Day" on Friday, November 16.
The event, held at the school, provides a time for families of Riverfield students and other interested parties to visit classrooms, tour the school and see what students have been working on. Riverfield's Business Class will be selling CannedWater4Kids and donate the proceeds back to CW4K to support their efforts to provide water for those in need.
"Our school cares about giving back and making a difference in the world", said Hannah Sieler, a Senior in the business class, "CannedWater4Kids fits with that goal. That's why we included the water at this event."
The popular RDCS business program will share how they drive success, while other curriculum offerings - rock band, drama, academic bowl, etc. will showcase their efforts by performing.
About Riverfield Country Day School
Tulsa's Riverfield Country Day School is a private school. It is coed and nonsectarian, serving 565 students from 8 weeks old through grade 12. The mission of the school is to provide an excellent education in a family-oriented atmosphere. Students are motivated and encouraged to learn, develop, and mature in a respectful, secure, and diverse environment. A caring, creative faculty and a challenging, integrated, and personalized curriculum promote the development of the whole student as a confident and responsible learner prepared for success today and tomorrow.
Learn more: http://www.riverfield.org
CannedWater4Kids is a 501c3 charity based in Sussex, WI.
The organization’s mission is to bring clean, safe water to the children of the world who are currently without. CW4K funds it’s initiatives with cash donations and sales of their premium spring water product. 95 cents of every dollar collected goes to support clean water programs. Recent efforts include sending water to Japan and Haiti to aid in their Post-Earthquake Water Shortage, assisting the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee's Engineers Without Borders in bringing water purification solutions to the highlands of Guatemala, support of a well/water tank project in Zambia, Africa, and Bio Sand Filters project in Tanzania. Two truckloads, 105,600 cans of fresh purified spring water were also recently sent to help the Red Cross with their New Jersey Disaster Relief efforts.
To learn more, visit http://www.cannedwater4kids.org
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