Clean Water Advocacy Non-profit Changes Name
Folsom, CA: Today, Thirst, a water advocacy non-profit organization changes their name to The Quenching Well. Thirst, now The Quenching Well, is committed to bringing clean, safe water to impoverished communities through water well projects.
The Quenching Well was founded by California native Stefanie Thayer in May 2016. As Stefanie traveled to Haiti and Honduras numerous times in the last decade, she saw first hand the gut wrenching consequences of not having clean water. There began the vision for the non-profit we now know today.
Stefanie said in a recent blog entry, “We are committed to maintaining our water projects. It would be a disservice to the communities we support if we brought in clean, safe water and then could not have that maintained. We often partner with the local organizations in educating the maintenance and establishing funding for future needs.”
In February 2017, The Quenching Well installed a water project in El Jaral, Honduras. Donations of over $13,000 supported the project to completion. For more information go to www.quenchingwell.com
About The Quenching Well: The Quenching Well is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization raising funds to bring clean and safe drinking water to communities impacted by contaminated and diseased drinking water. Donations can be made online or mailed to 2795 East Bidwell Street #100-649, Folsom, CA 95630.
Contact: Stefanie Thayer - firstname.lastname@example.org