We Need Your Help

Hurricane Michael Relief & Recovery

Support Healthy Communities

through Community Gardens

Bringing Clean Water

to villages in West Africa

Piloting a New Mentorship Program in 2019

Focusing on vulnerable youth, adult literacy, and leadership

Increase Food Security

Through Community Farms in Burkina Faso

Food, Water, Housing & Education are basic human rights.

Unfortunately, everyone does not have access…

102 Thousand

People requested aid after Hurricane Michael

844 Million

People Lack Clean, Accessible Water

263 Million

Children and Youth Are Out Of School

815 Million

Undernourished People in the World

Fact Sources: (Fact 1) orlandosentinel.com (Fact 2) Ers.usda.gov (Fact 3) Who.int (Fact 4) Sustainabledevelopment.un

What We Do

The Sonder Project is working to address these numbers by strengthening communities both globally and in the U.S.

Internationally, we establish community farms, drill wells & install water pumps, and are piloting a mentorship program focused on vulnerable youth, adult literacy and leadership.

Domestically, we establish community gardens, and  provide housing recovery support post-Hurricane Michael.

Our Impact

Since 2014, The Sonder Project has been able to…

# of People with increased food security

# people with increased access to clean water

# of Students globally with increased access to school

Get Involved!

Sponsor a Village Community Farm

Sponsor a Housing Recovery Project

Sponsor a Village Well

Establish a Community Garden in the U.S.