See the great work we are doing
Over the years Stormsaver has raised considerable amounts of money for Charity and supported projects for rainwater harvesting around the world.
Our most recent project began on 6th April... The team at Stormsaver climbed the summit of Mount Everest from the comfort of their own homes! Climbing a total of 8849 meters, or 3112 flights of stairs over 7 days, 17 of us raised a significant £928.50 for WaterAid. You can watch the video to celebrate the team's success on our YouTube, by clicking https://youtu.be/XODlhfBbFoY.
In 2016 our CEO and Technical Director, scaled Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, raising over £7600 for WaterAid. Following 6 months of training, our intrepid duo walked 120 miles over 8 days.
Only 12 months before Michael had been in a back brace and unable to walk following a car accident which resulted in the need for major back surgery.
In 2012 more members of the team completed a Skydive, also raising over £2600 for WaterAid. The skydive was done in conjunction with the incredible Red Devils Parachute Regiment Freefall team.
All six of Stormsavers brave participants had a fantastic time... and this year are planning a second one so watch this space!
Stormsaver also supported a mission in Kenya, where we donated money for a rainwater harvesting system in the township of Kariti and supplied pumping equipment to a farmer called Keno. Our equipment helped to ensure a mobile eye clinic was able to continue to treat people when the water supply failed. We continue to keep in regular contact with the missionaries there in order to support future projects directly.
Lisa our Sales Director visited Mozambique to understand more about the amazing work Water Aid does to help provide clean, safe drinking water to the communities of Mozambique. Together with other key members of the Water Industry and the WaterAid team, Lisa helped to install a latrine for a 60-year-old woman who had never had a toilet. Lisa also visited a rural hospital where a rainwater harvesting system was being installed. Take a look at her video diaries on our YouTube channel.