Save the Date for the 5th Annual

Strong Women Strong World Scottsdale Luncheon

Wednesday, November 8th at 12:00 pm

at the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North

With Featured Speaker Lani Dolifka, Co-founder of Watermill Express

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On November 8, 2017  Golf Fore Africa will host its 5th annual Strong Women Strong World Luncheon at the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North.  Over 300 influential women and men will unite together to address the effect of poverty on women and girls in the developing world with an emphasis on the cultural roles assigned to girls at birth and how access to clean water leads to improved health, education and economic opportunities.

Golf Fore Africa believes that the answer to combating poverty is to ensure women and girls have access to clean safe water. In doing so, we build a sustainable and empowered future for girls, women, their families and their communities.

Our featured speaker will be Lani Dolifka. In 1984, Lani and her husband, Don, founded Watermill Express, after learning their local municipal drinking water had been declared unsafe for pregnant women and infants. They responded, along with family and friends, by creating a small-scale water purification system that converted existing tap water into drinking water of exceptional purity. Through God’s grace, Watermill Express has grown to be the largest drive-up pure drinking water company in the U.S. Lani is not only a successful entrepreneur, but a wife of 26 years to her husband and a mother of two children.

Our African guest speaker Mutinta Chiseko works for World Vision in Zambia and was born and raised in Africa. She will share about the hardship of growing up without access to clean water and how a community flourishes once they receive clean, safe drinking water.

Proceeds from the event will be used to bring clean water and improved sanitation and hygiene to rural villages, schools and health clinics throughout Zambia. Golf Fore Africa is working with World Vision as our implementing partner because they are the best in the industry. World Vision’s scale is unsurpassed in bringing water to the world, they are a learning organization and they foster innovative partnerships as they work with the most vulnerable people throughout Africa.