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8th Annual Thirst Gala #ThirstGala
8th Annual Thirst Gala #ThirstGala

Mingle Media TV and our Red Carpet Report team with host, Denise Salcedo, were invited to come out again and talk to guests and honorees attending the Thirst Project’s 8th Annual Thirst Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. This is the largest youth-driven non-profit organization with 100 % of all student and public donations going directly to funding freshwater wells on the ground in developing nations.

Check out what founder, Seth Maxwell, had to tell us about giving back for 8 years…

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We also spoke with the ever-so talented musical group, OK go!

About the Thirst Project

The Thirst Project is the world’s largest youth water organization. Thirst Project is a nonprofit organization that travels across the United States speaking at schools to educate students about the global water crisis. 100 percent of all student and public donations raised go directly to funding freshwater wells on the ground in developing nations and impoverished communities to provide people with safe, clean water. 663 million people on our planet do not have access to safe, clean water. 4,100 kids under the age of five will die today from drinking dirty water. Thirst Project is the world’s leading YOUTH water activism organization. They are a nonprofit organization that travels across the United States speaking at schools to educate students about the global water crisis. 100% of all student and public donations they raise go directly to funding freshwater wells on the ground in developing nations and impoverished communities to provide people with safe, clean water. Find out more at http://www.thirstproject.org

We also spoke with other celebrities on the carpet, check them out here!

In just eight years, Thirst Project has activated more than 400,000 students on 320 campuses across the United States who have raised $8Million, 100% of which has been used to give more than 320,000 people in 13 countries safe, clean water.