World Water Day: Wishing Well – Water for Peace

As we celebrate UN World Water Day on 22 March, we invite you and your children to dive into action and make a difference for communities around the globe who lack access to clean water. Water is essential for life, yet millions of people worldwide still lack access to safe drinking water and sanitation. This year, we’re rallying together to raise awareness and support for clean water initiatives.

Here’s how you and your children can get involved:

  1. Participate in educational activities: Engage your children in learning about the importance of clean water through fun and interactive activities. Explore the water cycle, learn about water conservation, and discover how access to clean water impacts communities worldwide.
  2. Take action at home: Encourage your family to conserve water by turning off taps when not in use, fixing leaks, and using water-saving appliances. You can also reduce plastic waste by using reusable water bottles and reducing single-use plastic consumption.
  3. Donate to support clean water initiatives: Consider making a donation to our ISA Rainbow Wishing Well, located in the Main Foyer. All money collected will be sent to East African Care, an organisation ISA has worked with for many years. Any and every contribution can make a meaningful difference in someone’s life.
  4. Spread the word: Share information about UN World Water Day with your friends, family, and community. Use social media to raise awareness, share facts about the global water crisis, and inspire others to take action.

Together, we can make waves of change and ensure that everyone, everywhere has access to clean and safe water. Let’s empower our children to be global citizens and stewards of our planet’s most precious resource — water! Thank you for joining us in this important cause.