Shui 2 Go!

If you have a thirst to make a difference in the world, join the work of the Social Action Leadership Team (SALT), the Chapel’s social justice ministry. Students in SALT serve as the leadership team that invites Valpo students to engage in Christian service both near and far. SALT meets at 9:30 p.m. each Tuesday classes are in session in the Lumina Room of Huegli Hall.  Join us!

SALT selected “Shui 2 Go! Pipeline to the People” as the 2009 World Relief Campaign, an effort to raise $15,000 to bring water to a village in the Yunnan province of China. 

Next up:

Run … or Walk … for Water

Don’t miss SALT’s 5 K Run/Walk – “Hydration Hustle.” It’s Saturday, May 2nd, with registration starting at 9:30 a.m. (Race begins at 10 a.m.), to benefit Shui 2 Go, the 2009 World Relief Campaign. Cost:  $20, payable day of the race. Checks should be made payable to “Valparaiso University” with “5K” in the memo line.

Awards will be given to the top male and female runners, and to the person with the best costume!  The first 75 registrants will get a free t-shirt!
 

Students Partner with President, Provost in Water Dodgeball for Social Justice

President Heckler, Provost Designate Mark Schwehn and students will face off in a water balloon dodgeball game on Tuesday, May 5, from 11:30 am-12:30 pm on the lawn between the Union, Chapel, VUCA and Christopher Center.  The event is sponsored by the Social Action Leadership Team (SALT) and the 2009 World Relief Campaign: “Shui 2 Go! Pipeline to the People.”

All students and faculty are invited to join the water dodgeball game on the team of either President Heckler or Provost Designate Schwehn.

In order for the event to take place, SALT has set a goal of $700 to be raised for “Shui 2 Go.”  Donations can be made at http://www.cwef.org.hk/ or with cash or credit/debit card at the Union Info Desk. 

“Shui 2 Go! Pipeline to the People” is a campaign to raise $15,000 for the implementation of a sustainable, gravity-fed water pipeline in rural China.  The pipeline will deliver clean water to over 900 villagers in Saihan, China.