WorkZone’s partners with charity: water to bring water to the developing world

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Česky: Pitná voda - kohoutek Español: Agua potable
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Workzone project management software is used by all types and sizes of companies across the country. We love the business world and understand what breeds success, but we also recognize the importance of giving back to the community at large. To account for this, Workzone has partnered with charity: water to help bring clean water to citizens of less developed countries.

charity: water is a New York based non-profit founded in 2006 by Scott Harrison. Harrison previously worked as a photographer throughout West Africa, documenting the poor living conditions throughout the region. Upon return to the United States, Harrison was inspired to create charity: water in an effort to engender change in the communities he visited.

Since then, charity: water has found tremendous success in funding over 8,600 water projects in 20 different countries. Their newest initiative involves installation of new well monitoring systems in 4,000 of their wells. This project involves extensive tracking and time management in order to be completed. Recognizing charity: water’s contributions to the world and inspired by their vision, Workzone CEO Rick Mosenkis reached out to Harrison to offer Workzone’s software free of charge.

Workzone and charity: water look forward to increasing their partnership throughout the future. For more information, click here.