Boyd School Students Walk for Water

On May 9, 2009, students and their families from the Boyd School of Virginia came together in A Walk for Water. A Walk for Water is a yearly event that gives students a chance to work together in solidarity for the people of the Azawak who walk as much as 30 miles in a day in search of water. The students raised close to $700 for Amman Imman: Water is Life, whose mission is to build borehole wells and provide water, thereby improving and saving lives.

Students and their families gather at Elanor Lawrence Park in Chantilly, Virginia.

The student get the banner ready.

Everyone gathers for the rally, and a photo.

The Walk begins.

A beautiful path through the woods lies ahead. Students can enjoy nature with their family and friends while making a strong statement together in supprt of the people of the Azawak.

Many thanks to middle school teacher Rodney Berthold and head of school MaryAnn Boyd for supporting their students and the people of the Azawak.

Together, we can make a difference!


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