We are so excited to announce that we have just broken ground on a school in Burkina Faso, Africa. This will be our third school in built in this country, however this one is a little extra special. This school is being built in honor of Sonder Project friend and
The Sonder Project recently began construction on their first school in the country of Nicaragua. The project broke ground in the small village of Santa Rita San Juan Yaro, located in the Waslala region where people typically farm corn, beans, bananas, and plantains to generate income. At the time of
The Sonder Project has recently returned from an educational expedition in “The Warm Heart of Africa,” Malawi. Three members of our local community joined the trek, including Sonder Project board member, Travis Meyer, of Southeastern Retail Development, Rachel Meyer, a teacher at Freeport High School and Sarah Hockett, Executive Director
Losing a dear friend to an act of terrorism is something you never think will happen to you… until it does. I think most of us assume this is something that only happens to other people. People we don’t know. People far, far away. This is not always the case.
There’s still time to get your 2015 tax deductions when you donate to The Sonder Project by December 31. As another year comes to a close, we naturally tend to reflect on the past year. We think of what’s made us happy, what’s made us sad, and what’s made us
We are so excited to officially announce the inaugural 30A Half Marathon and 5K, scheduled to take place October 21-23, 2016. The race will start and end at The Hub allowing runners to enjoy the charming splendor of Scenic Highway 30A as they compete. Registration is scheduled to open to
These are the accounts of Sonder Project co-founder, Ashley Hamm as she travels through Nepal and India with our deworming partner, Aaron Jackson of Planting Peace. Today was my first day in Nepal. I’m 12 hours ahead of you… staying at the Ganesh Himal hotel for $13 a night last
Just a short note to let everyone know that water is flowing in the village of Bagyame. Binta, her family, and her whole village no longer have to make an 8 mile round trip just to retrieve muddy, filthy water needed to survive. They can now pump this vital life
Today is the day! We could not be more excited to announce that today we began drilling our first well in the village of Bagyame, Burkina Faso! This little village, filled with amazing people is currently walking nearly 4 miles just to retrieve muddy, filthy water needed for their survival.
We are so excited about our most recent project, and we want to share our excitement with all of you! We are proud to announce that The Sonder Project has partnered with 360 Blue in an effort to bring food to those in need in our local community. We are