Borderline, Getting WELL Connected focuses on sustainability, a very real topic among the business, real estate, construction and design community. This annual event brings awareness as well as an opportunity to get involved and support sustainable projects around the world. To date, supporters of the Borderline event have helped drill 24 boreholes in Uganda, Rwanda, and India. These projects now provide clean drinking water to over 100,000 people. Borderline is also responsible for delivering 4 truckloads of water to the local Salvation Army that is distributed to the Phoenix homeless population throughout the summer. Come to network, learn about sustainable opportunities, and be part of impacting lives both locally and abroad.
WINE 4 A REASON
Enjoy friends, music, wine and hors d’ oeuvres as you take a tour through parts of Africa and India. Be prepared to meet remarkable people (some who have even won distinguished awards like TIME’s Top 100 Most Influential People and United Nations Humanitarian of the Year) while seeing project opportunities presented like never before. With the use of CCS Presentation Systems cutting edge technology you’ll be sure to have an experience like never before.
SEASON OF IMPACT
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
Pipeline Worldwide will be hosting its 2014 Charity Golf Tournament at the award-winning We-Ko-Pa Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Proceeds and donations from this event will go directly to Pipeline Worldwide’s local and international partner projects that are impacting individuals and communities through sustainable change in Arizona, Uganda, Rwanda and India. Many nonprofits host golf tournaments as a traditional means of raising support, but not many offer overseas travel opportunities. Pipeline Worldwide offers a unique approach to creating connections and impacting lives.
WATER 4 KIDS BASEBALL CLASSIC
Pipeline Worldwide teamed up with Sam Nollette, now a teenager at Cactus Shadows High School, to host an annual baseball tournament in Phoenix, Arizona. Sam launched the first tournament in January of 2009 and continued the tradition for two more years raising $30,000 for 3 borehole wells all located in Uganda. Sam traveled to Uganda 2011 to dedicate one of the wells. For more information and media coverage on the event please go to: