NAIROBI DANCE FOR WATER
SATURDAY JULY 8, 2017
After 12 years, TSP finally had an event in Nairobi. The Dance for Water was held at ShiftEye Studios where 50 guests danced into the wee hours of the morning to Noise on Demand.
WALK FOR WATER
SUNDAY APRIL 30, 2017
Based in Hermosa Beach, CA, TSP's 8th Annual Walk for Water was a major success that included walkers from 6 locations nationwide: Hermosa Beach (CA), Dallas (TX), Denver (CO), Detroit (MI), New York (NY) and Far Hills (NJ). All the participants helped to raise over $60,000 and awareness of the world water crisis. Additional Walks for Water were held later in the year in; Malibu (CA), Woodside (CA), San Francisco (CA), Chicago (IL), Stamford (CT) and Nairobi, Kenya.
"WOMEN LOOK OUT," Photography Exhibition at Arena Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Featuring images by Iris Schneider
TSP in NYC
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2016
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery in Chelsea graciously hosted The Samburu Project for our first event in New York City. One hundred and fifty hundred new friends and donors assembled to meet and greet, wine and dine and talk about the life-changing work TSP is doing in Kenya. Board members Alan Levitt and Doretta Bonner were in attendance. New York Water Ambassador, Dawn Curran was there to lend a hand along with the staff of the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery. A great evening was had by all. Thank You New York!
SPLASH BASH 2016
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2016
Splash Bash 2016 was held at The Mark for Events in Beverly Hills. The evening was a huge fundraising success with over $150,000 raised for clean water in Kenya - including funding for 2 wells. For the second year in a row, KCRW DJ Raul Campos was on hand to spin world tunes. The evening was closed with an electric performance by Balandagu Clan that inspired our guests to get off their feet and shake some booty. Thank you to everyone who made the evening such an amazing success.
ABBOTT KINNEY FESTIVAL
SUNDAY, September 25, 2016
After taking a year off, TSP was back at the Abbott Kinney Street Festival with a stand to spread awareness of the work we are doing in Kenya to fight the world water crisis. We met a lot of new friends, all who were very happy for the AquaHydrate water and a TSP water bottle (thanks to WholeFoods, JuiceCrafters and Mike Rossi). Board member Debbie Buderwitz was there to assist along with volunteers Dave Johnstone, Sydney Burgoyne and Sonja Moro. Thanks to everyone for coming out on a very hot day!
Walk for Water
Sunday, April 17th, 2016
In addition to our home base of Hermosa Beach, the TSP 7th Annual Walk for Water included walkers from eight other cities around the country; Atlanta (GE), Brooklyn (NY), Detroit (MI), Haverhill (MA), Marion (IA), North Salem (NY), San Francisco (CA), and Stamford (CT). Together 350 participants from coast to coast raised money for TSP and raised awareness of the World Water Crisis.
Woodside Walk for Water
Sunday, March 13th, 2016
For the 7th year in a row, students at the Woodside Elementary School in Woodside, California raised enough money to drill a well in Samburu.The dedication of the students and the entire Woodside community knows no limits.
Saturday, November 7th, 2015
The 3rd Annual Splash Bash was held at ultra hip, Smash Box Studios in Culver City. 250 guests grooved to the tunes of KCRW DJ Raul Campos and supported TSP by eating, drinking and bidding on art, travel packages and so much more.
Saturday, May 3rd, 2014
The Samburu Project held its Detroit event at the David Klein Gallery in Birmingham, Michigan. Attendees were treated to delicious food from Plum Market, enjoyed viewing select photos from The Face of Water, The Samburu Project’s photography exhibition, and heard TSP Founder, Kristen Kosinski share the story of The Samburu Project.
Abbot Kinney Festival
Sunday, September 29th, 2013
TSP participated in the Abbot Kinney street festival with a booth to spread awareness of our work and sell cool, Kenyan handicrafts and TSP merchandise. All proceeds supported the work we do to deliver clean water to those in need in Kenya. A good time was had by all.