Barton & Loguidice announced this year’s winner of their annual Community Service Award. The award is given to B&L employees who are working on ongoing and extraordinary projects to help provide a better life to those in need of help. B&L awarded this year’s grant to William Guida, who generously donated the $2,000 grant towards EWB’s water infrastructure project in Guatemala. This remarkably gracious donation puts EWB over 66% towards our financial goals for the project. Thank you William Guida and Barton & Loguidice for your generosity and help to making this project happen!
A big thank you to all who took part in the happy hour event which raised nearly $800 for EWB Syracuse’s water infrastructure project. It was a great success complete with vegan tacos, cold beer, and EWB’s own Dan Kahn putting on a great show.
We couldn’t do this without all of your support. At this point, we are over 60% to financing our project. Thank you everyone and we hope to see you at the next one!
Joins us at Wolff’s Biergarten at 4-10pm on Thursday, January 31 as we raise funds to build clean water infrastructure in Las Majadas, Guatemala! There will be beer, tacos, a 50/50 raffle, and live music with Dan Kahn!
The Syracuse Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders and ArtRage Gallery presented “La Camioneta” by Mark Kendall. The film follows the journey of a decommissioned school bus from the United States to Guatemala.
Kendall’s film takes the viewer on “a journey between North and South, between life and death, and through an unfolding collection of moments, people, and places that serve to quietly remind us of the interconnected worlds in which we live.”La Camioneta Trailer
The screening helped to raise awareness and $500 for EWB-Syracuse’s potable water project in Guatemala. Thanks to ArtRage for hosting, and to all those who came out!
On October 6th, EWB Syracuse hosted its 6th annual golf tournament at Northern Pines Golf Club in Cicero. Eight teams hit the fairway to raise $2,777 for EWB’s water supply and sanitation projects in Las Majadas, Guatemala. Many thanks to our sponsors O’Brien & Gere and Tetra Tech as well as all of the participants and volunteers who joined us for 18 holes and fundraise for our project!
We have a new fundraiser for our Guatemala project. One of our big events coming up soon is a dinner and Karaoke Night at Tokyo Seoul on April 17th in Syracuse, NY. If you are planning to go to dinner please follow the instructions on the event’s Facebook page: EWB Karaoke Night to RSVP. Please RSVP no later than April 12th, as we need to notify the restaurant ahead of time how many people are attending. If you are just coming for drinks and Karaoke, please make your donation on the official fundraiser page!
Check out our Projects page for more information about our new project in Guatemala, as well as our assistance with a local project at Lafayette Beach and abroad in Mbarara, Uganda.
The Syracuse Professional Chapter of EWB will be holding our first annual golf tournament September 14, 2013 at the Northern Pines Golf Club. The tournament will be a captain and crew tournament followed by dinner. The start time will be 3 pm. The tournament will cost $80 for professionals and $65 for students. Please e-mail email@example.com to register. For more information please see the linked flyer: Golf Tournament Flyer.
Funds raised during the tournament will go directly into supporting our assessment trip this October for the Guatemala project. EWB Syracuse will visit the Tierra Colorada Baja School during an assessment trip to better define community needs, project feasibility, and location details. The assessment trip will include basic surveying, location investigation, population assessment, and preliminary water and flow testing.
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Please take a look around and if you like what you see, sign up for our newsletter, or join us at a meeting. The website is updated to support the Guatemala project and other recent projects. The website represents the renewed interest in the Syracuse Professional Chapter of EWB!!