In the village of Galileya, (located in central Malawi) 400 middle school students at Matundu Primary were greeted by a brand-new school block following their return from the Coronavirus school closures.
146 days is all it took for Kurt Freudenreich to complete 3,300 miles on the Continental Divide Trail. He is walking to bring clean drinking water to communities with The Sonder Project.
Destiny reveals itself in a bar on the edge of Wyoming’s Red Desert.
With all of you, The Sonder Project has been watching Coronavirus sweep across the nation and the world, and we have been adjusting our plans accordingly to respect public health guidelines.
Kurt Freudenreich is a Man on Mission as he prepares for his journey, Walking for Wells.
In January of 2020, the first seedlings in the new Sonder Project garden at Walton High School were planted with the support of students from Ms. Spice’s culinary classes.
In mid-January, we completed our first well of 2020 in Kilou, a rural Burkina Faso community that’s home to 2,000 people. Prior to its completion, the community relied on an exposed well that was open to the elements. It was also dry for half the year.
In January of 2020, our CEO, Chad Zibelman, traveled to southeastern Africa to establish a Sonder Project office in Malawi. Often referred to as “The Warm Heart of Africa,” the country is known for its friendly people and Lake Malawi, its vast freshwater lake.
“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow may never be, so I am focused on today.” – Annie-Jean
Annie-Jean, 67, was born and raised in Panama City. The only time she spent elsewhere was a short stint working for Job Corps in New Jersey.
A month after Hurricane Michael made landfall on October 10, 2018, The Sonder Project received a phone call from Tonya Hall, a residential nurse and Panama City resident.
Charles and Tonya have been best friends ever since they met for the first time after Hurricane...
After 72 years of marriage, the Harrells thought they’d been through it all. But it was the...