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2019 Annual Report

2019 Annual Report

Together we contributed more than 37,000 volunteer hours in 2019, demonstrating our on-going commitment to serve. Headwaters Relief Organization's Annual Report 2019 has it all: our activities, efforts, and fundraising events.

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12th Annual IWEC Foundation Conference

12th Annual IWEC Foundation ConferenceRebecca Thomley, CEO of Orion Associates, Headwaters Relief Organization and related entities is a 2019 recipient of International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge Award! IWE connects women businesses globally, leading the way to...

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Milwaukee Courier: Storytelling about Human Trafficking

Storytelling Used to Educate Vulnerable Children and Families about Trafficking Around the world – and close to home – as many as four million people each year are trafficked for forced labor and sexual exploitation. Sadly, about 50% of those are children. Now,...

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Exciting News From Headwaters Relief!

Headwaters Relief Organization is teaming with Shamim Sarif, an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, and film director. Sarif recently finished her fourth novel, which has a focus on human trafficking.  Shamim Sarif has pledged to donate 100% of the...

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Upcoming Events

August 8-12, 2019

Rebuild trip following hurricane Harvey in 2017. There are many people who are still living in temporary housing and there is a large need for volunteers. I know many of you helped respond there in the weeks after the storm and may be interested in helping people get back into their homes.

February 15, 2020

2nd Annual Mardi Gras Gala

Let's Do This Together

Volunteer With Us

Whether you are on the ground or behind-the-scenes, by becoming a Headwaters volunteer you will be making a difference in the lives of people recovering from natural disasters. As a grassroots disaster relief organization, Headwaters welcomes people with a variety of backgrounds and experiences to be a part of our team.


Disaster victims have varying degrees of options for self-recovery. Those with the fewest resources are often left without the emotional and physical means to rebuild and restart their lives. Financial contributions enable the most vulnerable victims of natural disasters rebuild their lives — from purchasing supplies for schools in Haiti to creating a book to help the children of the Philippines understand their feelings.

Partner With Us

Headwaters is seeking to find new strategic partners and ideas for fundraising and recruiting volunteers. It is the vision of our board that we convey the message to all businesses and persons, that Headwaters is founded on the premise that it is an organization that exists to provide an opportunity for people to give and volunteer and to have more direct and hands on involvement. Contact us to learn more about corporate partnerships.

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