The Global Water Foundation is in the service of humanity: to help make the world a better place, a healthier place, a safer place and ultimately a place of peace and prosperity. All projects and programs funded by the Global Water Foundation have the same goal: to make the world a better place for all.
You Have the Power to Help
“A source of healthy water is a fundamental right to everyone, and there is so much the international community can do to help where the need is greatest.”
- Johan Kriek
Johan Kriek has won two Australian Opens, was a semi-finalist at the US Open, reached the semi-finals at the French Open and the quarterfinals of Wimbledon. He has won 14 professional singles and 8 doubles titles, reaching an all-time high ranking of Number 7 in the world. Johan is a native of South Africa and established the GWF in 2006 to find solutions to the water and sanitation problems, not only in Africa but other parts of the developing world.
Ryan Pereira, Vice President
Global strategist, designer, inventor, humanitarian, investor, and business developer both in the Civilian, Government, and Military arena, with a heart of an entrepreneur and the passion to make a better world. With a global background from Colorado State & Air Force Academy and an MBA in International Business, Economics, and Finance, he has served our nation in the security and intelligence information sector.
Daga Kriek, Secretary
Daga Mrozek Kriek is a former nationally-ranked player in Europe. Daga began playing tennis at the age of 9, in her native country, Poland, achieving the number 3 ranking in Juniors for three consecutive years. She has also excelled in collegiate tennis at Virginia Tech where she played for four years on a full athletic scholarship.
We Need Your Help!
We have access to aircrafts ready to extract individuals immediately as airport conditions permit, but WE NEED YOUR HELP to cover the costs of fuel, pilots, and support teams. We are currently seeking donations to provide aid and a lifeline to those who may face brutality or reprisal under the incoming regime. In the wake of the turbulent American departure from Afghanistan, thousands face the grim specter of oppressive Taliban rule.