How To Kill Your Charity (Yes, That’s A Good Thing)
In this insightful TEDx Talk by my good friend, Eric Stowe, he shares why he is working so hard to successfully “kill their organization” in every country they work in.
Eric is the Founder and Director of Splash, an international nonprofit dedicated to clean water for kids living in urban poverty. Their mission is simple: To change the lives of vulnerable children in impoverished urban areas by providing clean, safe drinking water to orphanages, schools, children’s hospitals, street shelters, and rescue homes.
Splash ensures safe water daily for more than 250,000 children in orphanages, schools, shelters, and hospitals in 7 countries. They plan to do the same shortly for more than 1 million children. Furthermore, Splash is focused on making sure their projects last by building the local businesses and support that will replace their charity for the long haul. Yes, they plan to killing their organization in every country they work in. Enjoy the video…