WaterStep to be Featured at Indiana Black Expo

WaterStep will be featured at the Indiana Black Expo Youth Leadership and Community Service Summit this year, which is an opportunity to educate almost 400 students about the water crisis.
As WaterStep continues to expand our international reach, we are also working to spread the word about what we do and gain support in the United States. CoraLyn Turentine is working in Indianapolis to encourage even more people to be excited about WaterStep’s mission.
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The Indiana Black Expo Youth Leadership Summit invites area youth to become empowered and equipped to be change agents in their communities. Since 1984, the Indiana Black Expo has prepared Indiana youth to actively seek change to improve their communities.
At the Black Expo, Turentine and members of the WaterStep staff from Louisville, will speak to two groups of students about the water crisis and a few of WaterStep’s solutions. They will learn about the importance of health and hygiene training, as well as the technology behind our M-100 Chlorine Generator and the water ball.
Turentine also will show them how they can make a difference by equipping them to get involved in their local communities. Students could hold their own shoe drive to benefit WaterStep’s Shoes for Water program, which allows WaterStep to provide safe water to more people.
In addition to hosting the summit, Turentine will also be recognized at this year’s Diversity Volunteer Awards as the winner of the Outstanding Service Award, Young Adult. The award is being given by United Way to recognize the achievement of outstanding volunteers from diverse backgrounds.
Turentine continues to support WaterStep through her work in Indianapolis. WaterStep is looking forward to our next steps to expand our reach in Indianapolis and the world.

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