Flint Michigan U.S.A.
Flint, Mich. Toxic Muni Water Use Case, and Solution.
St Luke’s Center for Battered Women and Homeless Children - 12/21/16
It is a center for battered women, and for homeless children. The exterior doors are armored and locked from the inside, to protect the residents. St Luke’s is located at 3115 Lawndale, Ave, Flint Mich, 48504. It was founded in 2002 by two Dominican nuns, Sister Carol Weber and Sister Judy Blake. This year, Sister Carol celebrates her 50th anniversary, graduating from “nun college”. Sister Carol has also earned a MA, and a PhD. Sister Carol can be reached at (810) 239-8710, and by email at email@example.com. The web address for St Luke’s center is: www.stlukenewlifecenter.com St Luke’s center serves over 3,000 people per week from their commercial kitchen from their pantry. These meals go to some of the most impoverished people in Flint, including battered women and homeless children.
12,000FT Mount Everest Nepal.
We placed our solar power Merlin Eco System at 12,000 feet to provide hikers fresh clean drinking water at any moment.
Also in Nepal, thanks to the Bay Area Nepal Women’s Organization, a non-profit organization out of NorCal comprised of women and men who were born in Nepal, but who now live and work in California. We couldn't be more excited to be a part of their work! Their plan is to carry our water system around to 3 to 4 schools and an orphanage every day. They will stop at each location, using the Merlin system to fill the school’s daily water tank, then move on to the next location. They hope to have 5 water drop off points each day, using this one simple system. Our portable solar water system.