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Please check out our upcoming events on our Event Calendar and Fundraisers pages!

9th Annual Portland Water For People Gala

The Northwest Oregon Subsection is thrilled to host its 9th Annual Gala at the Red Rose Ballroom. We'll have live music, food with international flavors, a hosted bar on March 7, 2015. For registration and sponsorship, please visit our website

20th Annual Water For Life Reception
The King County Subsection is going big for its 20th Anniversary Water For Life Reception! This year the reception will be at the Brightwater Center on March 21st, 2015.  Sue Dorsey, CFO of Water For People, will be our Keynote Speaker!

For registration and sponsorship information, please check out our page

12th Annual Water For People Silent Auction
The PNWS-AWWA Section of Water For People will be holding its 12th Annual Silent Auction at the Bellevue conference April 29th - May 1st, 2015. Look for us in the vendor hall! If you would like to donate a silent auction item, please fill out this form by April 17th. 

The Southwest Idaho subsection hosted their 2nd Annual Boise Wine for Water event on November 21st, 2014, at the 44th St. Winery! 

The South Sound subsection had a wonderful time at the 1st Annual Wheels for Water at the Lemay Car Museum in Tacoma, WA,October 11th.

We thank you!
Thanks to your support and generosity the Pacific Northwest Section is again a Global Sponsor for Water for People – donating over $140,000 in 2014.  This wouldn’t be possible without the hard work of all the WFP committee members and the generous donations from subsections and other donors. Here’s to another successful year in 2015!

PNWS and Water For People  The PNWS Water For People committee is active in supporting integrated, sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene projects in designated Water for People focus countries including Guatemala, Bolivia, Honduras, Malawi, and India.  In addition, six new focus countries are being added to Water For People's international program - Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Rwanda, Uganda, and Peru.   Projects are typically small in scale and rely heavily on in-country, local organizations, and volunteer labor. Our committee also seeks to raise awareness of the Pacific Northwest residents, especially those working in the water supply and related fields, about current conditions in those countries and how we can help.