Mission Impossible In 2004 at age 25, Doc Hendley (center) spent a year in the midst of the Darfur Genocide, offering humanitarian aid.
He came to understand sustainable water systems, the foundation of his nonprofit that uses wine to funds clean water efforts.
Good Work - Sparked by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in 2015, the program in Nepal has now improved the lives of nearly 40,000 people. From left, Nepal National Program Leader Roshani Karki, a local Nepalise woman, Leslie Cuthbert, and CEO David Cuthbert
Drink Up - The Nepal program focuses on a sustainable approach to water, hygiene, sanitation, and now agricultural irrigation.
Cuthbert at work building relationships.
In Good Taste - The nonprofit partners with numerous wineries and vintners who support the cause. Above, volunteers share sips of Wine to Water wines and the organization’s message at a festival in San Diego.
Clean as a Whistle - The Sawyer mini filter (above in Colombia) works great in disaster relief situations.
Volunteers help make ceramic filters in Dominican Republic.
Seal of Approval - The clay stamp designed and made by Wine to Water’s Dominican Republic Master Ceramicist, Radhames Carela, is used to brand their filters.