I am so happy to announce that HydrateLife has been approved for recognition as a 501(c)(3) non profit!

HydrateLife will transform from an educational source to a non profit that will complete projects to bring communities clean water, and improved sanitation and hygiene facilities.

I’m really excited to get started on HydrateLife’s first project!  Once I finish re-designing the website I will be looking for volunteer board members, and other volunteers, as well as our FIRST PROJECT!  If you’d like to stay informed please subscribe to HydrateLife from the home page, and I’ll make an announcement when I’m ready for the next step.



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  • January 22, 2016 at 7:36 pm

    Many thanks for the articles regarding water conservations made available to us. I would like to work for my native place wherein water is big crisis during March to May. I am from a small village of Ratnagiri approx. 34 km away from main city. People here need to be educated on the subject. How can I help them on this matter.


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