Raised of $2,500 goal.






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This campaign ended on Friday, Nov. 14, 2014

big thanks to all of our donors who helped us raise 131% of our goal! With the funds raised, we were able to travel to Bondo-Rarieda, Kenya to develop sustainable water resources for daily use. If you would still like to contribute to ASU’s Engineers Without Borders, gifts can now be made here: http://asufoundation.org/ewb

The Arizona State University chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-ASU) seeks to create a more stable and prosperous world by helping a small community in Bondo-Rarieda, Kenya, to develop sustainable water resources for daily use. We are a collection of all engineering disciplines with a common goal of bringing about change to a developing country. This summer we plan to build  a lab that allows students to observe how water flows through pipes and channels. This lab will change the lives of the students there at the local university as they will learn practical knowledge that can be applied to sustain current and future projects for years to come.

We want to empower the citizens of Bondo to live healthy and meaningful lives while also empowering the students at ASU. While working on this project, engineering students gain the opportunity to explore, understand, and design water infrastructure. Every donation is a step closer to empowering the next generations of both ASU and Kenyan engineers alike. 

Every donation goes directly to paying for a project that will allow students to gain real world engineering experience through a project that will empower citizens of Kenya. Students will gain hands on experience and a global outlook while the Kenyan community will gain a new educational tool that will empower them to develop more sustainable water infrastructure. 

For more information, please visit our website: http://studentorgs.engineering.asu.edu/ewb
Contact us directly at: asuewb@gmail.com
Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/engineers-without-borders-asu-chapter/85/491/915



Successful Practice Build! 

  Published on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 at 06:26 PM (MST)
We have successfully built a protoype for our flume. A flume essentially is an open channel that shows how water flows. Click on the link below to see a video of our flume working! We will build an updated version of the flume in Kenya this summer! 


Thank you for all of your support! 

Laurie Miller

Gave $50.00

Sean Little

Gave $105.00

Palash Banerjee

Gave $25.00

Shiva Rajagopal

Gave $50.00

Linda Tallant

Gave $25.00

Uma Kedla

Gave $500.00

Bryan Kilgore

Gave $170.00

Garret LaBove

Gave $50.00

Matt Cunningham

Gave $50.00

Stacy Holmstedt

Gave $5.00

Tiffany Antor

Gave $5.00

Catherine Noble

Gave $25.00

Marie Dastin

Gave $50.00

Brian Wahlin

Gave $100.00

Jerry Gambino

Gave $200.00

Gordon Wark

Gave $50.00

Matthew Sokolowski

Gave $25.00

Mark Failla

Gave $50.00

Teri George

Gave $500.00

Lynn Carleton

Gave $100.00


Gave $100.00

Jenny Laber

Gave $100.00

karen Shaffer

Gave $100.00

Eva Bohn

Gave $500.00

Michael Morris

Gave $100.00

Kristen Heckman

Gave $75.00

Mike Medinger

Gave $50.00

Tiffany Antor

Gave $10.00

6 supporters have chosen not to be listed for "Build a Lab. Educate Engineers. Empower Kenya.".

Make an Impact

Pipe Network

Give $25

$25 could cover 1/25 of the total cost of one of the main components of the hydraulics lab.

Helping Hand

Give $50

$50 could help a student gain real world engineering experience.

Airplane Flyer

Give $500

Plane tickets to Kenya cost about $2000 per person. A donation of $500 could cover 1/4 of a student's plane ticket.