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Engineers Without Borders at MSOE

$13,405
83%
Raised toward our $16,000 Goal
84 Supporters
Project has ended
Project ended on January 21, at 11:55 PM CST
Project Owners

Anonymous

$1,600

Jan 20, 2022

Anonymous

Jan 19, 2022

JF

Ahern

$1,000

Jan 19, 2022

Kevin

Krantz

Jan 19, 2022

Inger Osberg and Tony Mescher

In memory of John Siwula

$50

Jan 10, 2022

Michael and Barbara Schober

In memory of John Siwula

$250

Jan 10, 2022

Anonymous

In Honor of Matching Donation

$100

Jan 02, 2022

Kurt

Mueller

$100

Dec 31, 2021

Anonymous

In Honor of Matching Donation

$300

Dec 29, 2021

Anthony Leonardelli

In Honor of Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates Inc.

$300

Dec 28, 2021

Kathleen J. Humbert

In memory of John Siwula

$150

Dec 17, 2021

Frank A. Busalacchi

In memory of John Siwula

$100

Dec 17, 2021

Lisa Ziebell

In memory of John Siwula

$50

Dec 17, 2021

Anonymous

In memory of John Siwula

$50

Dec 17, 2021

Steven C. Thuemling

In memory of John Siwula

$30

Dec 17, 2021

Jeanne M. Fraundorf

In memory of John Siwula

$25

Dec 17, 2021

Breta M. Haines

In memory of John Siwula

$25

Dec 17, 2021

Lisa A. Ropella

In memory of John Siwula

$15

Dec 17, 2021

Carol Garces

In memory of John Siwula

$150

Dec 17, 2021

Linda Kaul

In memory of John Siwula

$150

Dec 17, 2021

Barbara M. Jacob

In memory of John Siwula

$100

Dec 17, 2021

Beth Foy & Associates, LLC

In memory of John Siwula

$100

Dec 17, 2021

Kyle S. Pionek

In memory of John Siwula

$100

Dec 17, 2021

Christy A. Rosenberger

In memory of John Siwula

$100

Dec 17, 2021

Elizabeth P. Treptow

In memory of John Siwula

$50

Dec 17, 2021
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$50

Bridging Barriers

The first 20 gifts of $50 or more will receive a copy of Bridging Barriers. Bridging Barriers is a new book written by Wisconsin resident Mike Paddock of EWB-USA. It details the events of how a Guatemalan community changed its future with help from an EWB-USA chapter to build a bridge and a water project. That said this book is very much a narrative about the human element of humanitarian engineering and displays well the ethics and operation of our organization. For more information visit https://www.bridgingbarriers.com/.

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