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Water Mission: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Breaks through the Global Water Crisis

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Learn More CUSTOMER STORY: Water Mission Water Mission, an international nonprofit based in Charleston, South Carolina, builds safe water solutions that break through the global water crisis. Its innovative approach goes beyond providing access to water—it brings true sustainable solutions, making water in communities safe and continually flowing. Blackbaud Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Solutions Give Water Mission's Supporters the Resources They Need to Fundraise on Their Terms Now in its 11 th year, Water Mission's flagship event, the Walk for Water, raises awareness for the global water crisis and raises funds for its mission. This event brings out individuals and teams to walk the same distance many women and children must travel daily to fetch water. Over the last 11 years, many churches, communities, and corporations have conducted walks across the country to support Water Mission projects. Simultaneously, Water Mission has seen a significant interest from individuals who want to raise money for the global water crisis by performing a variety of activities. With the addition of these new supporters and their specific needs, Water Mission needed a solution set that could support team events as well as "do it yourself" fundraising activities. "It is good to have both TeamRaiser and everydayhero to cover the range of supporter goals. It's all about giving our supporters the resources they need to facilitate their idea." — Lisa Cottingham Director of Development Water Mission is powered by: • TeamRaiser ® • everydayhero ® • Raiser's Edge NXT ™ • Luminate Online ™ • Blackbaud Online Express ™ • Blackbaud Merchant Services ™ 800.443.9441 solutions@blackbaud.com www.blackbaud.com March 2017

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