By donating to ONE DROP, you are contributing to sustainably improving the living conditions of thousands of people
around the world by supporting access to safe water.

A LASTING IMPACT

Since 2012, ONE DROP has been WSOP’s official charitable partner. Thanks to the poker community for its generous support, millions of dollars have been raised to help fund 3 important projects in El Salvador, Honduras and West Africa, contributing to improve thousands of lives sustainably!

A trip to Latin America

After winning the Big One for ONE DROP, both Antonio Esfandiari (2012) and Dan Colman (2014) became involved with ONE DROP’s mission. They each travelled to Honduras and El Salvador to visit ONE DROP’s projects. After meeting with the participating families, they realized that ONE DROP’s initiatives are not just about giving access to water, they are about giving HOPE for a brighter future! Take a look at some of their pictures.

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Dan and Jack taking part in the creation of a mural about water.

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Visiting a family farm in Honduras.

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Jack and Olivier planted a fruit tree for a family in El Salvador.

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Antonio, Jeff and Phil meeting with a beneficiary of ONE DROP’s water, sanitation and micro finance programs, who started a small cash crop business.

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Tasting green beans that were produced thanks to one of ONE DROP’s irrigation systems.

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Antonio pumping water from one of ONE DROP’s wells.

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The travelers planted a fruit tree that will help provide food for a family in Honduras.

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Two farmers who benefited from ONE DROP’s initiatives met with Phil, Jeff and Antonio.

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A family who now has access to water and sanitation, as well as a garden of fresh fruit and vegetables, opened its door to the three friends.

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The guys meeting with the cast and crew of ONE DROP’s touring show on water and sanitation in Honduras.

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Phil and Antonio attending the educational play with students from a local school.