Every year, Seth and the Thirst Project staff tour the country to get students psyched about our cause and share information about the global clean water crisis. Starting at Wabash College, Seth spent two weeks touring non-stop to 16 different locations in Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois.
Along the way, he inspired hundreds and hundreds of students and other young people to come together and help save lives all over the world. Here are some photos from the trip:
Even after The Thirst Project had left the premises, students were inspired and held on to the lessons they learned during Seth’s presentation. Students tweeted how impressed they were and pledged their future support:
— johanna lopez (@Mojo_Jojo7) May 2, 2012
— Chrissy Pfeiffer (@iamcpfeif) April 28, 2012
@thirstproject REALLY inspired by speech today.Can’t get it off my mind!Definitely in!Let’s change the world!LHS is in!
— Hanna Ledford (@HannaLedford) April 28, 2012
Help SAVE people LIVES by donating jus a couple dollars to help give them clean water! <3 @thirstproject
— Robin Marie (; (@ayooshortiie_19) May 3, 2012
— Luke Romick (@LucasJames25) May 2, 2012
Give water. Give life. #TheThirstProject
— Katie Douglas (@K8ieLynnn) April 27, 2012
— Chris Beckman (@nxtintern) May 3, 2012
Are you inspired yet? Start a chapter at your school! You can also contact Thirst through the website or Tweet at us and ask us to stop by your town on our next tour!
Water is a human right. Join the fight!