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www.pipelineworldwide.org Charity Event Tomorrrow May 15, 2014 5PM-8PM

www.pipelineworldwide.org Charity Event Tomorrrow May 15, 2014 5PM-8PM

Impacting Lives

May 14, 2015


Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014

Time:  5PM to 8PM

Where: BENTLEY GALLERY at Bentley Projects
215 East Grant StreetPhoenix, Arizona 85004

Ticket Price:

$150/Individual ticket
$500/4 person standing high top table
$1,500/ 8 person sitting table


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.

Pipeline Worldwide is a non-profit organization founded in 2008 to serve the needs of people both locally and around the world.  Our mission is to focus on three main goals:

  • Create Connections
  • Make Sustainable Change
  • Impact the lives of people

Understanding that there are many organizations in existence that already help people, Pipeline Worldwide developed its mission to come alongside these organizations and help them accomplish their goals.  Pipeline identifies opportunities, develops an action plan, recruits strategic partners/sponsors, and implements and leads each project through completion.   Pipeline Worldwide is currently partnering with organizations in India, Central/East Africa, and Arizona.  We work to create various opportunities supporting diverse causes, which ultimately bring people together to accomplish a goal.


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