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Located in the sunny hills of Woodside, CA, Runnymede Farm is home to an extraordinary art collection boasting more than 100 outdoor sculptures by artists such as Mark diSuvero, Richard Deacon, and Andy Goldsworthy. On March 31, The Samburu Project is inviting supporters to join us at Runnymede for our third annual Hike for Water. Your ticket not only includes access to the property, but a catered happy hour, a TSP “water is life” shirt, access to our unique Kenyan market, and more!
WALKING FOR CHANGE
In Samburu, women and girls can walk up to 12 miles each day in search of water. Without this resource, families are left vulnerable to disease, girls are kept out of school, and women are barred from the workforce. By drilling wells central to the community, The Samburu Project creates an immediate impact on health, education, gender equality, and economic growth. Over the last 15 years, supporters in the Bay area have helped fund over 50 wells in Samburu, bringing clean water to thousands of people in need. This spring, we are thrilled to once again invite those supporters to join us as we return to Runnymede Farm to host our 13th annual Walk for Water. [Please wear comfortable hiking attire. Carpooling is encouraged]
To register for a ticket, please follow this link: