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WP WP Whitney Parsons Justice

Voted. Good luck. So many people will benefit from this! Keep up the great work.

LS LS Leeum Sanson

What a great idea. I had the privilege of meeting Danny Wright in University and I can not speak highly enough of him. Truly an inspirational guy. Even back then, he was always working on sustainability projects (and overall just being a pretty cool dude). This project comes as no surprise. I hope he and his team continue be successful. Keep up the good work.

LS LS Leeum Sanson

What a great idea. I had the privilege of meeting Danny Wright in University and I can not speak highly enough of him. Truly an inspirational guy. Even back then, he was always working on sustainability projects (and overall just being a pretty cool dude). This project comes as no surprise. I hope he and his team continue be successful. Keep up the good work.

YW YW Yung Whei Wang

In response to The factors limiting our success:

Water gravity is an awesome system. Financing seems to be main limiting factor. Can it help finance or fundraising in schools? Maybe science fairs, demonstrations? Donations to public community centers, i.e., schools or hospitals?

DW DW Danny Wright

Hey, Yung Whei Wang! You are spot on! Currently, we have a program called the Gravity Water Youth Initiative, which works with public schools here in the U.S. to host fundraisers with the aim of sponsoring a school in Nepal (or other future locations). We have launched four of these fundraisers and they have been super successful! Working to scale this program so it can be managed and hosted by schools on their own is crucial to growing this source of funding; we are going to be launching a "how to" guide for schools this year, so regardless of the school location, they can host Gravity Water Youth Initiatives on their own! Thanks for the feedback and ideas, it's greatly appreciated!

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