I am fundraising for my mitzvah project for my bar mitzvah. It would really appreciate me if you would all donate so that we can help get water to Africa. Having clean drinking water, going to school, having food on our plate, having a good education, being healthy, having doctors when we get sick, having electricity and indoor plumbing and many more are all things we take for granted. In Africa, people don't have many of these necessities and the problem is rooted in the water. They spend their day getting water and then they can't go to school. If they can't go to school, their educations are poor and they can't get jobs, which keeps them in the loop of no water and sickness. Their water isn't pure and healthy and they can get sick easily. Also,once they're sick it's extremely hard to get better. Most of Africa is desert and they desperately need water, more than we do because they're in the sun all day. Please help get a constant water source to African villages and help improve their living conditions.This is not scientific fact, but I am pretty sure it is mostly true. For explicit facts on the African water problem I suggest going to the thewaterproject.org or simply searching online.
|11/18/15||Avi Chesler||$675.00||In honor of my bar mitzvah, I am donating 15% of my gifts to the water project. Help the people of Africa get water.|
|06/05/15||Steven Kantorowitz||$34.00||Great cause|
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