Welcome to Amanzi Awethu!'s Water Project page. The Water Project have the structures in place to help Amanzi Awethu! implement your funds in water projects in Africa. Your donations go directly to them and they will record it all as coming through Amanzi Awethu!. Since The Water Project is a registered NPO, you will get a tax deductible receipt :-)
Please note that all our donors are mentioned near the bottom of this page. If you would like your company/class/club's name to appear, remember to enter it in the "Name" box when donating. Alternatively, you can leave us a little "Personal Message" saying who you are or what you think (option appears at end of donation form).
In pre-democracy South Africa, it was common at rallies of pro-democracy struggle parties to hear the cry "Amandla Awethu!" - Power To Us! Some would say South Africa rode to her democracy on these words.
Project Amanzi Awethu! is two fun loving, wide-eyed young South Africans cycling through Africa to see what life on our beloved continent is really like. We'll be visiting past, current and (with your help!) future Water Project communities to see what access to clean water really means. We'll be having a lot of fun on the way, so share our experience at www.amanziawethu.com. Follow us on Twitter and Face Book too!
So please donate to this wonderful cause and support us in our mission! If we can raise the target $15 000 (R120 000) we can build TWO wells in the name of Amanzi Awethu!
Siyabonga kakhulu umhlobo wam!
Alex Antrobus and Murray Beaumont
|04/11/13||Murray Beaumont||$260.00||We thank the Johannesburg Country Club for their support!|
|02/27/13||Rosemary Cooke||$20.00||Hope to give precious clean water to a human being|
|10/30/12||Murray Beaumont||$1100.00||The Nicholsons|
|10/11/12||St John's College||$57.00||Thanks for addressing our boys.|
|08/17/12||Romy Antrobus||$120.00||Wearing it for water!! Good Job Boys!|
|07/29/12||Bryan Antrobus||$730.00||Congrarulations. Resting legs and bums now to follow. Balance of challenge|
|06/22/12||V+M Beaumont||$850.00||For crossing the equator|
|06/06/12||Maryrose Kaplan||$150.00||Congratulations on an inspirational journey|
|06/06/12||The Swales||$100.00||Congratulations to you both from the "mates" Downunder.|
|05/23/12||Alexandra Watson||$300.00||keep up the great work.the world needs more people like you two!|
|05/09/12||Goat anonymous||$400.00||Come on everyone- help with new pumps!|
|05/08/12||Bryan Antrobus||$300.00||2000 to 4000km mark on the road less travelled. Congratulations|
|05/02/12||Wiebke Toussaint||$40.00||wishing you legs of steel and tse-tse repelling body odours ;)|
|04/18/12||Ian Middleton||$160.00||Keep going guys. A real adventure!! Love Ian and Elaine Middleton|
|04/14/12||Bryan Antrobus||$150.00||1000 for 1000km to 2000km mark. Enjoy the ride. We enjoy very much your travel journal.|
|03/28/12||Edwin Cameron||$100.00||Mr Spiderman, I'm so proud of you. Missed you dearly on the Argus this year (4:02, with a puncture - where were you?), but am thrilled with what you are doing.|
|02/26/12||Bryan Antrobus||$300.00||Life is a tube-Enjoy the ride|
|02/21/12||David Blaine||$70.00||Keep it up, boys!|
|02/20/12||Paulie Mc Lachlan||$50.00|
|02/19/12||Dennis Antrobus||$20.00||Keep on rollin lads.|
|02/08/12||Gasparo Marsala||$150.00||SEND ME A PHOTOS OF A SHELLEY'S WHEN YOU RIDE PAST ONE ;-)|
|02/07/12||Dirk Snoeck Henkemans||$1300.00|
Did you know nearly 1 billion people don't have safe water to drink?
Together, we can change that. Let's fund a new source of drinking water for those who suffer needlessly without it!
Our gifts will be used to construct or rehabilitate a water project, like a well or sand dam, in Africa. We'll see pictures, GPS coordinates, and updates as they come in from the actual water project we fund so we can celebrate the results along with the community we help.
The Water Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization unlocking human potential by providing clean, safe water to communities around the world who suffer needlessly without.
Working with local partners in countries like Kenya, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, and Uganda, we build long lasting water projects that are organized, owned and managed by the communities receiving them.
Together, with our partners we identify, implement, report on and follow up on every project. Then we share the whole story with you to inspire confidence in the work being done and the impact it has.