This Charity Wants to Provide Clean Water for Impoverished Children, and then Disappear

This special series from Geekwire, underwritten by the Singh Family Foundation, focuses on important community issues, innovative solutions to societal challenges, and people and non-profit groups making an impact through technology. This installment features Global Washington member Splash.

Eric Stowe’s mission to give impoverished children clean drinking water started 12 years ago inside the back of a McDonald’s in China. Hoping to see how the corporate giant filtered its own water, Stowe used his polished Chinese to bribe an employee and soon later figured out how exactly McDonald’s was providing clean H2O to its patrons.

Fast forward to 2015, and Stowe’s progress is quite remarkable.

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