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Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 6:00pm

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December 3, 2022

Our Charity Ball event will be held Saturday, December 3, 2022.

Forum Corporate & Convention Center

Come to 11313 USA Parkway Fishers, IN 46038 to join the festivities.

6:00 p.m.

Our Charity Ball will begin at 6:00 p.m. 

Rotary Club of Fishers Charity Ball Mission

Bringing water to 150,000+ people in villages in western Africa.

Mingle with old friends and get to know new ones at the opening cocktail reception.
Peruse and bid on beautiful packages in a silent auction during the reception.
Enjoy a three-course, sit-down dinner followed by delectable desserts and drinks.
Join the fun competition of an incredible live auction featuring unique and fun items.

About Water Is Life

This year the Fishers Rotary WaterIsLife Project celebrates our 12th anniversary – it’s been over a decade of changing lives for the better. We have completed the construction of 155+ wells over this time frame, and are very proud to report that ALL 155+ wells are still in service in nearly 155 communities across Sierra Leone. The size of these communities total to over 150,000 people; and with the addition of the surrounding areas who visit the wells, our friends in Sierra Leone estimate we are likely serving in excess of 300,000 people with fresh sanitary water.

Fishers Rotary and the Rotarians of Freetown have had the honor of applying for and receiving 5 competitive grants from The Rotary Foundation, and we are currently planning and funding what we plan to be our largest Grant yet. Rotary Foundation Grants provide matching dollars to go along with the local fundraising we do each year at our annual event – The WaterIsLife Charity Ball. To date, over the last decade, we have raised – including matching funds from the foundation – over $1,000,000 to provide clean drinking water to rural villages in Sierra Leone.

Thanks to your generosity and support over the years we are serving clean lifesaving water to 2% of Sierra Leone’s total population – this means together we have literally saved 100’s perhaps 1,000’s of lives each year.

A safe supply of clean water is a critical requirement for effective Health Care, particularly for Ebola care and patient hydration needed due to waterborne illnesses.

2.6 million people in Sierra Leone don’t have access to safe water.

Over 5 million people don’t have access to adequate sanitation in Sierra Leone, over four-fifths of the population.

Over 4,000 children die every year from diarrhea caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation in Sierra Leone.

A Look Into Our Past Charity Balls

A Special Thanks to Past Major Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor & Partner

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Inkind Donors

Are you ready to enjoy a fun evening of giving?

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