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Become a Volunteer

Ask Yourself How Can You Make A Difference
Next to becoming an active member of our World Water Community, you can also volunteer helping us with this specific WaterArt project. We would love your help!

There’s much to do on the back end to facilitate a smooth and global rollout for years to come!

You can think of piloting WaterArt at your school, in your company, networking & promotion, fundraising, research & data capturing, social media management, maintaining systems, translations, video production and editing…. Read more…

Veda School Singing Bowl
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The wonder of WaterArt offers intrinsic motivation to learn more about water.

Water education is important

The World Water Community aims to offer this Water Art to students as low-cost as possible, preferably for free, this depends on donors and sponsors.

We can lower the costs when we bulk order the petri dishes, and create the student and teacher packages for a large number of participants. But we also need to know which schools and teachers are interested….

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We have chosen to implement the project in smaller increments, municipality by municipality.

This approach enables local companies to sponsor and support water education within their own community, giving them social community branding. 

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A little girl holding up a sign that says save our earth, emphasizing the importance of water conservation.


World Water Community is a Dutch nonprofit tax-deductible foundation

The World Water Community strives to offer WaterArt to students at the lowest possible cost, preferably free of charge, depending on donors and sponsors.

Fresh drinking water is a global issues, educating our next generation about our most important source of live key to our survival. Donate to make our Water Education learning line school curriculum a reality.

One student kit (costs 25,- approximately): booklet, petri dish, measuring cup, packaging

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WaterArt as medium for objective feedback

Teachers are not allowed to say personal remarks. Water Art  allows to objectify the conversation with students.

It is interesting to know that Veda’s current research suggests that people with similar mindset, get similar symbols. (So, maybe n the future we can go “Water Art Dating” to find a matching partner?)

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