A CLEAN WATER MISSION FOR EVERY FALLEN SOLDIER

Mission dedications allow us to honor those who have given their lives to protect others

Starting with our first mission to Haiti in 2015, we have been dedicating each clean water mission in the name of a military serviceman or women who was killed in action during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. We believe that by doing this, we can honor each individual and allow their memory to live on through the gift of clean water to the most in need.

All mission donations go directly to Honor Project costs. These include the purchase of water filters, and travel and logistics for each veteran-led mission. The beauty of our mission model is that veterans can transport as many water filters as you help raise. Check out our projects below and considering donating.

One $60 filter provides enough clean water for 3 families for up to 10 years


CURRENT PROJECTS

THE ALESSANDRO CARBONARO PROJECT

 We are honoring Sgt. Alessandro Carbonaro by funding a clean water mission to Guatemala in his name this summer. Our goal is to fund 30 filters, but we can carry as many as you can help raise.

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UPCOMING PROJECTS

HAITI

(Nomination in progress) 

RWANDA

(Nomination in progress)

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COMPLETED PROJECTS 

THE SSG TRAVIS BACHMAN PROJECT

Water Filtration systems distributed to areas in Leogane, Haiti

THE LANCE CPL HUNTER HOGAN PROJECT

 Water filtration systems and sanitation project in Jeremie, Haiti

THE CPT JASON T. McMAHON PROJECT

Providing orphans with hygiene items in Suriname

THE Sgt. MICHAEL PARANZINO PROJECT

Water filtration systems distributed to areas in Honduras