Morgan Miller Plumbing will hold a fundraiser for the Misuuni Water Project during the grand opening celebration of the company's newly renovated shop on June 20, 5:30–7:30 p.m in Grandview, Missouri.
Attendees will be able to partake in an item auction, professional headshots, chair massages, an open bar, and more in order raise money for the project, which seeks to deliver clean water to schoolchildren living in Machakos County, Kenya, this August.
After its successful 2018 campaign, the Misuuni Water Project is doubling its efforts in year two, going from 270 to more than 800 students served. Morgan Miller Plumbing’s founder, Jeff Morgan, was recruited to work alongside volunteer engineers for this project. Together, they will construct a rainwater harvesting system for the primary school in the Miumbuni area of Kenya, Africa. This seemingly small change can vastly impact the health outcomes of the entire area, improving the wellness of children, families, and communities for generations to come. Access to clean water prevents the transmission of some of the world’s deadliest waterborne diseases, including cholera and dysentery. These are all improvements that Morgan Miller Plumbing supports 100 percent.
More information about the celebration can be found on Morgan Miller Plumbing's Facebook page. The company also has a separate fundraising page on the Engineers Without Borders USA website, and invites others to help support the project with monetary donations.