There are many ways for you to get involved with Water For People! It can be at the local level, serving on the Western Canada committee, or overseas through the World Water Corps.

Western Canada WFP Committee Opportunities

Join the committee mailing list! Stay up to date on committee meetings, events, and WFP news.

Open Committee Positions

City Representatives 

  • Be a point of contact for WFP/World Water Corps information and events in their city.
  • Organize a fundraising event or events during the year. Possible events include a stand-alone WFP
  • Event, or fundraising at an AWWA networking event, or at a conference. This event planning is Usually done with a team of 3-6 people.
  • Participate in phone meetings and the face-to-face meeting at the WCW Conference.

Committee Reporter

  • Work with the Chair in submitting a WFP-themed article for each issue if the WCW magazine.

Members at Large

  • Promote WFP within your workplace and city. Assist with fundraising and networking events.
  • Participate in phone meetings and the face-to-face meeting at the WCW Conference.

For information on WCS AWWA Water For People Committee activities or volunteer opportunities contact the WFP Committee Chair

World Water Corps

World Water Corps is an innovative program that serves the needs of local communities, Water For People, and its local partners and builds up a cadre of dedicated, caring ambassadors to the world water and sanitation crisis. This is an opportunity for dedicated volunteers from all over the world to contribute directly in the countries where WFP works. Established in 2007, the World Water Corps is the arm of Water For People that monitors the work that happens in the field. Through observation and interviews with people on the ground in homes, clinics, schools, and community water points, World Water Corps is on the front lines of determining what is happening and what is needed by the people who need it the most. For more information go to