Wow. That is what comes to our minds when we think of your generosity! At this year’s event, we surpassed 2018 and raised $170,000 that will go to directly help solve the world water crisis.
With matches, we funded six $6,000 wells (compared to 3 in 2018), three $4,500 wells (3 in 2018) and ten $3,000 wells (5 in 2018). We also raised $13,075 for water filters!
The $170,000 raised this year means we can bring the gift of clean water to tens of thousands of people. The day after the event we began encouraging our partners to quickly submit their projects for our review, so we can put your generosity to work!
The Turning Wine Into Water event is on Saturday April 13, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM at the:
Roberto Clemente Museum
Engine House 25 Winery
Come and meet the Ingomar Living Waters team and:
And most importantly, help us to raise money for the creation and care of clean water solutions for communities in need worldwide!
showcases the world’s largest exhibited collection of baseball artifacts, works of art, literature, photographs, memorabilia and related materials focusing on Roberto Clemente, his teammates, his personal life and his humanitarian causes.
building dates back to 1896 when it was an active fire house. Duane Rieder bought the building in 1995 to use for his photography studio. Today it houses his commercial photography business, the museum, the winery and an event venue. Rieder has created special batch wines for legends like Mario Lemieux, and many of Pittsburgh’s sports greats are regular customers.