WaterBrick International

Our mission is to fund the delivery of life-giving water and food to the developing world, but in doing so, also providing sustainable modern housing to influence the development of self-reliant economies with a revolutionary system called WaterBrick.

WaterBrick International
1011 Crown Park Circle
Suite 100
Winter Garden, FL 34787
United States
877-420-9283
http://www.waterbrick.org

President

Wendell Adams

Management Team

Wendell Adams, Kevin Adams

Board of Directors

Wendell Adams, Paul Carrazone, Carl Treleaven, Dick Schultz

Mission

Our mission is to fund the delivery of life-giving water and food to the developing world, but in doing so, also providing sustainable modern housing to influence the development of self-reliant economies with a revolutionary system called WaterBrick.

Programs

WaterBrick has two broad replicable programs: 1) local schools projects, such as our current project in Mkuze, South Africa; and 2) the flagship Communal Village Project. This project is unlike any in the world, as each village will provide a sustainable growth model for 1,000 people, and can be built at 1/3 the cost of a similar village made out of conventional materials. These villages will create true sustainable change for countries around the world.

This project is being run by a socially-oriented for-profit company.

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