Dylan Raines was interviewed and featured in an article by Nicole J. Phillips who writes a column for The Forum, a newspaper based in Fargo, North Dakota. Click here to read the article at InForum.com.
Millions of women and children in South Sudan walk up to 8 hours each day to collect water. The water they collect is often contaminated which causes sickness and death. I believe this doesn't need to be the case. The solution is in front of our eyes and it simple: restore water wells. There are … Continue reading What You Can Do To Give Clean Water for South Sudan
In South Sudan there are millions of women and children who spend up to 8 hours each day walking to collect water for their families. Not only do they walk most of their days for something so many of us simple walk into the kitchen and flip the handle of a faucet to obtain, the … Continue reading The Need for Clean Water in South Sudan
This is a story written by Aaron Kunkler of the Bothell Reporter about Dylan Raines' 100 mile #WalkForWater from Seattle to Canada to raise awareness and funds for clean water in South Sudan. Walking is a way of life for one Bothell man who spent the better part of last week walking some 100 miles … Continue reading Bothell Reporter: Blind Bothell man walks to Canada for water, awareness
Yesterday I completed walking 100 miles from Seattle to Canada to raise awareness and funds for restoring water wells in South Sudan. As I walked 15 - 30 miles each day, there was a great deal of time I had to consider this transition of life's path I feel is occurring for what I wish … Continue reading Announcing the Creation of Earth Pilgrim