The Turning Wine Into Water event was held on April 24, 2021. Thanks to all those who participated and helped raise over $170,000 to bring the gift of clean water to the world! You can watch the recorded live stream video above. And it’s never too late to contribute to bring the gift of clean water.
Participating in Ingomar Living Waters’ 2021 Annual Turning Wine Into Water event is easier than ever! No dressing up, no driving and parking, no worrying about baby sitters. In fact, for our 2021 event, you don’t even need to purchase a ticket to participate. And there’s still wine!
To bid on Cory Bonnet’s special painting, created just for this event, register on the auction website. Bidding is open now and closes during the online event which starts at 8:00 PM on Saturday, April 24th. Also, at 7:45 PM on event night, we’re sharing an informational video about Ingomar Living Waters.
To view the online event, go to the auction website and click the Show Event Live Stream button at the top of the Live Event page. Make sure to join by 8:00 PM as the formal event kicks off! Note that if you have a problem joining the live stream on the auction site, or if you want to stream the live stream to a large screen TV while visiting the auction site on another device, you can access the live stream directly here using this link to the live stream.
If you have any problems, check out the Help page on the auction website. And if that doesn’t solve your problem, we have a live support staff available to help you on event night. See the Contact Us page on the auction website to reach out for support.
Be sure to bring a bottle of wine, or a drink of your choosing, and join us in a toast to kick off the event at 8:00 PM on event night.
At the end of event night, don’t forget to checkout and pay for your winnings and any contributions. You may pay using credit card or check.
Thank you WORLD CHANGERS for implementing over $1M of clean water projects in 10 years! You have touched hundreds of thousands of lives!
This painting is entitled “31st Reflection”. It is 24×24 inches . It is oil and pigment on salvaged solid slab pin oak. Cory has graciously offered to create this special painting and to donate the proceeds to fund a well. Cory estimates the value of the painting to be $6,500.