Giving Tuesday @ Vic’s Italian Restaurant, Raleigh, NC – Nov. 28 – 5:00-8:00pm

Join us on this Global Day of Giving!
20 % of your Dine-In Purchase will be donated to Global H2O! Reservations recommended (984)200-9292.
www.globalh2o.org
http://www.vicsitalianrestaurant.com/

Vic’s Italian Restaurant is located at 4035 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 109, Raleigh, NC 27607.

Vic’s sets the standard for authentic, old-world, Italian cuisine & New York style pizza. Owner Mario Longo has been serving patrons his family recipes for Italian favorites for nearly 30 years. In 1998 he opened Vic’s in Downtown Raleigh’s Historic City Market, converting a simple pizzeria into a cozy, family-friendly restaurant that both locals and tourists call their own.

In March 2016, Vic’s opened its second location on Lake Boone Trail, serving even more of the Triangle community.

2017 Thanksgiving Dinner in Munich

Together with our generous sponsor, Tantris Restaurant, help us celebrate this most traditional of American holidays – right here in Munich! The menu features roast turkey, stuff and autumn vegetables, personally selected and prepared by Tantris chef Hans Haas and complemented by a selection of fine wines chosen by Tantris sommelier Justin Leone.

With the proceeds from our Thanksgiving Dinner, Global H2O will build one turn-key well in Africa that provides clean water to 2,000 villagers!

Details about this event can be found here!

Global H2O Thanksgiving Dinner Teaser 2017:

Global H2O Benefit Soak Making Class in Raleigh, NC, November 12, 2017

Come have some good clean fun and provide clean drinking water and sanitation services to rural communities in Africa! All profits from this class go to benefit Global H2O, a local 501(c)(3) charity making a big difference in the lives of African villagers. The purchase of 2 tickets will provide 3 people with water for life! To find out more about this wonderful organization, check out their website here: https://globalh2o.org/.

Lather away germs with these perfectly blended goats milk and glycerine soaps with a blue water theme. Then, scent them to perfection with your own unique blend of fragrant essential oils. Choose from a variety of colors, scents and textures to create your own luxury bath collection. When the evening’s done, you’ll leave with 4+ personalized soaps to take home or give to a lucky friend.

All materials provided, plus you will be able to take home instructions and a mold to make more soaps at home!

Skill level: Easy (for most adults)

*Please note that this class involves a heating plate, hot water, and hot liquid soap. This class is not suitable for individuals who are unable to perform tasks such as cooking unassisted. We will happily accommodate any guests who would like to bring additional assistants or aides without additional costs.

You can sign up for this class here!

 

OKTOBERFEST in Raleigh for Global H2O, October 08, 2017

Last year’s event raised $7,000 and we are looking forward to a more successful and fun event this year! Join us at the North Hills Club on Sunday, October 8 at 3:00pm.

The Little German Band will be playing and there will be Bratwurst, Beer, Wine and a Silent Auction. Space is limited to 140, so make sure to not wait!

$35.00 per Adult/ *Kids & Students $5.00 under 16*- ALL INCLUSIVE
No walk up tickets will be sold.
*TAX DEDUCTIBLE*

The Location: 
North Hills Club Pavilion
4824 Yadkin Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27609


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Send check to:
Global H2O
2117 Cowper Drive
Raleigh, NC 27608

Annual Perryman’s Christmas BBQ Has Raised €4,325

Every year around Christmas, when the snow starts falling (or not) and the barrels of mulled wine are brought up from the cellar, a group of people gathers in Munich, Germany, for a night of laughing, singing and, most importantly, collecting money for charity.

What started out as our family having a few friends over for a Christmas BBQ in the 1990s, has since developed into a much awaited event every festive season. It’s still always a BBQ; there are sausages in bread rolls with Ainsley’s BBQ sauce and fried onions to eat, nothing more and nothing less, and of course a big pot of “Feuerzangenbowle”, Germany’s famous punch.

To keep things merry, we amuse ourselves by singing Christmas carols, both German and English, and in the case of Silent Night, also in French, Spanish, Catalan, Gaelic and even Hawaiian.

In 2008 we had the idea to collect money for charity, which resulted in us “charging” each (adult) guest 10 euros in exchange for food, drink and lots of fun. The full sum was then donated to Antenne Bayern.

Two years later, our friend Virginia Newton told us about Global H2O and the first donation was made by the “Steiermarkstrasse Carol Singers” as we were then known.

Ever since then our family and our guests have been happy to donate each year’s proceedings to this excellent charity. Everyone is always very interested when we explain what we do and show them the pictures of Global H2O’s work. Of course the fact that we know exactly where the money goes is also a huge bonus point.

After a few years we moved to a new house but we still kept on caroling and collecting each year, raising more and more. Some new sponsors came on board, for example the local butcher who first donated a very generous sum by hiding an envelope in amongst the sausages.

So far, over the last six years, we have managed to raise 4,325 euros for Global H2O, and we are determined to continue this fun and worthwhile way of collecting money for the foreseeable future.

We have even managed to become international, with a couple of our guests joining us via Skype from Australia in past two years and paying their donation by bank transfer. All of our guests are always very generous, and we couldn’t do it without them. Of course the wine and beer helps a little as well, wink wink.

So even though some things about one of our favorite Christmas time traditions may have changed over the years (for example, the singing has moved inside as some of us need more light and warmth than they used to in younger years and we now have piano accompaniment from our good friend Klaus), the most important part has always stayed the same: Gathering with friends and family on a cold evening in December, eating and drinking good things, singing until our throats hurt and, in the process, collecting some money so that somewhere, in another part of the world, others might also enjoy the simple but sadly not always granted pleasure of sharing a clean and healthy drink.

We would like to thank Global H2O for the work they do and for allowing us to help with that work, so that our hearts might shine a little brighter and feel a little warmer as we seek that true happiness of humanity, found not only at Christmas, but every time of the year: The joy of helping each other.

Story written by Jenny Perryman

Jammin’ 4 Water Donates $20,000

Last night our co-founder Chris Wooten was on hand to pick up this BIG donation from the Jammin4Water fundraising event in New Orleans! This donation will provide two wells and a latrine at both wells for the people in Northern Uganda. We would like to thank David Kinnear for creating such a great event that raises so much money. Also want to thank the J4W board members, the volunteers, the sponsors, the musicians and the 850 people who showed up last night. #cleanwater #uganda #globalh2o #jammin4water #weftec

Learn more about the Jammin’ 4 Water event:www.jammin4water.org

Join Us in Munich for our Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

Once again, the Global H2O community in Germany is coming together in Munich to celebrate the traditional American Thanksgiving Holiday — and raise enough money to build a well in Africa.  Every year our fundraising dinner raises enough money to provide clean drinking water for about 2,000 villagers in Africa!

Our sponsor, Tantris Restaurant, is Germany’s premiere gourmet restaurant and its Michelin star chef, Hans Haas, knows a thing or two about American recipes.  For Thanksgiving, he is planning an exquisite meal that combines the best of classical Thanksgiving home cooking with his selection of the finest succulent turkey and trimmings. Justin Leone, Tantris’ American sommelier, is pairing a selection of fine red and white wines from Tantris’ own vineyards to bring out the best in this family-style meal.

This year we are looking forward to our musical guest, the 7-voice acapella group Bar Nineteen, who will perform for us throughout the evening, from Glühwein to dessert.

So bring your family and friends, co-workers and neighbors to our Global H2O Thanksgiving Dinner November 24th for an unforgettable evening of holiday socialising and fine dining. Help Global H2O fulfill our mission of making the world a little better… one well at a time.

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