Passport Students Volunteer at WaterStep

Students from all different areas came to WaterStep this week to volunteer through the Passport program.
The students are staying at Broadway Baptist Church in the evenings, where they have bible studies and worship services, as well as social events, like dances and game nights.
However, the main focus of this project is to do missions work, and they decided that WaterStep was a worthy cause to donate their time to.
Our Volunteer Coordinator Monica Hemme showed the group around our building, and made sure they had tasks to work on.
They did some of everything from painting the building outside, to rearranging furniture, to taking inventory.
The students were quick to say that they were enjoying their time with Passport, and working with WaterStep. Daniel Williams, a rising senior, said he wished he could stay even longer than he was.
Their chaperone, Abram Buckner, said that the Passport Missions week is a great experience for students who have a particular desire to do mission work.
The students involved this week ranged from rising 7th graders to seniors, and are from everywhere from Illinois, to North Carolina, and all around Kentucky.
Volunteers, like the Passport students, help WaterStep to be able to achieve our mission of providing training and technology to provide clean water to those in need.
To find out how you can volunteer, or to get more info on bringing a group to WaterStep, check out our Get Involved page.

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