28/08/2013 | by Alex Dick-Read
Excellent organization, Waves For Water. This little piece comes out of its disproportionately large impact on small communities in New York and New Jersey affected by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Proof that a tidal wave of support can start with just one individual, Jon Rose, pro-surfer-turned-humanitarian, does the kind thing for 250,000 people affected by Superstorm Sandy. Founder of Waves for Water, Rose has committed to providing clean water solutions to those who need it most. The organization works in disaster zones and has mobilized an army of travelers and surfers through their Clean Water Courier program. We talk to Rose about inspiring people around the world to make a difference and “plug in the purpose” to their passions. Follow Rose as he checks in on the progress of the post-Sandy recovery efforts in Seaside Heights, New Jersey.
Visit www.wavesforwater.org to get involved.
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