$1,842 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 34 people in 9 months
Leora Siegel
for Water Resources Action Project, Inc.

Help bring Environmental Peacebuilding activities to schools in Israel and Palestine.  The Water Resources Action Project (WRAP) builds and supports water harvesting systems in  two East Jerusalem Palestinian schools, two West Bank villages, a Bedouin village, and two Israeli kibbutzim.  These systems are part of a network of over 140 school water harvesting systems in Israel and Palestine.   

 to WRAP you  will receive our digital ebook,  One Raindrop at a Time .  Or Give the GIFT OF PEACE to a friend.  Just type  in the email and name (optional) of the person/people you would like to gift in the donation comment box.  You may also include a message.  We will send an email Gift Message along with a copy of our book. 

One Raindrop at a Time
documents our work in Sur Baher East, Jerusalem and  was written in collaboration with teachers and students at the Sur Baher Girls Schools, the Afaq School for Special Education, the University of New Mexico, and the Albuquerque Academy.


$20        -      Cost for one student for a class field trip
$25        -     1 rain gauge
$150     -     1 digital tablet for a Palestinian school 
$450     -     1 rain barrel
$600     -     1 year water harvesting system maintenance
$800     -     1 month of school educator stipend 

*If you would like to contribute to a specific item or can provide an in-kind contribution, please click here to contact us. 

You will be supporting cross-cultural environmental activities in which Arab and Jewish students will collaborate  in hands-on projects at their schools, field trips, workshops, and on-line interactions such as games and blogs. 

Check out the Plant4Peace  blog  hosted by the Albuquerque Academy, with contributions from students in East Jerusalem, Kibbutz Gezer, and the Academy.  Our new digital projects include developing  1) a WRAP tri-lingual (Arabic, Hebrew, English) environmental peacebuilding website and 2) an environmental peacebuilding  game in partnership with  organizations specializing in digital peace activities.

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The Water Resources Action Project (WRAP) has raised $1421 of our $10,000 Environmental Peacebuilding goal. Check out our new video to learn what we're about.
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$1,842 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 34 people in 9 months
Created April 28, 2017
Funds raised will benefit:
Water Resources Action Project, Inc.
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Diane Wolf
1 month ago

very inspiring!!!

Erika Weinthal
1 month ago

Great to see the wonderful work you are doing!

Glenn and Judy Davids
1 month ago

Such important work. Thank you for doing it.

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