Travel technology specialist Dolphin Dynamics are getting ready for their fourth annual 5- a-side football tournament in aid of Just a Drop.
The event, which will kindly be sponsored by TTG Media and supported by Kirker Holidays, Travelogix and Caribtours, will see Dolphin Dynamics play host to the football tournament, on the 14th of September.
Teams include the sponsor and supporters, along with teams from across the travel industry. We would like to thank all participants for their generous support.
Roberto Da Re, founder and CEO of Dolphin Dynamics said: “Every year, we look forward to supporting Just a Drop with our annual football tournament. It is a fun day with industry colleagues, who just like us, are eager to raise money for such a worthy cause” .
Brendan Hanlon, from Just a Drop said: ‘We’re hugely grateful to Dolphin Dynamics for their continued support, and to our travel industry friends and supporters for putting their football skills to the test for Just a Drop! All the funds raised will support communities with access to clean water, hygiene education and sanitation facilities – transforming lives – so a massive thank you to everyone involved in the tournament!
About Just a Drop
Just a Drop brings sustainable clean water solutions, sanitation facilities and knowledge of safe hygiene practices to communities around the world. We are currently working on projects focused in Cambodia, India, Kenya, Nicaragua, Uganda and Zambia.
Clean safe water changes everything. It improves health, education, women’s rights, leads to secure food sources, income generation and brighter futures. It completely transforms lives.
We work hand-in-hand with local communities to implement the best solutions for their needs, such as rainwater harvesting systems, hand-dug and drilled wells, sand dams, water distribution systems, bios and filters, latrines, and sanitation and hygiene training.
Our work is evolving… we have begun to support communities further through our food security, governance and micro-finance programmes. As communities lift themselves out of the poverty trap, lives are transformed, in particular those of women and children.
We have reached over 1.3 million people in 32 countries since we began in 1998.