On Wednesday, Luke Wright, founder of MudLOVE, was interviewed on WBOI, the public radio station in Fort Wayne, Ind. He talked about his work and a desire to help provide clean water for those who live in the Central African Republic, though a partnership with Water for Good, a cooperating ministry in the Charis Fellowship (Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches). A portion of the story appears below. Click here for more information and to listen to the complete interview.
Warsaw Enterprise Out To End Africa’s Water Poverty Through Handcrafted Artwork
Nine years ago, Warsaw resident, Luke Wright took a dream to support clean water projects in Africa, mixed it with a simple, clay bracelet design, and his business, MudLOVE, was born.
Through a partnership with Water for Good, every product sold through the company provides one week of clean water for someone in need of it in the Central African Republic. Here’s Luke experiencing the benefits of MudLOVE’s donations firsthand.
For a look at the process, and the inspiration each hand crafted bracelet carries with it, WBOI’s Julia Meek invited Wright into the studio to discuss how the enterprise has taken shape, and lies up to a name that, by design, “starts with mud…and ends with love.”
Click here for more information and to listen to the complete interview.