Our school is trying to raise $4500
to build a well for a school in Sierra
Leone, one of the poorest countries in the
world. Nearly 1 billion people suffer needlessly without access to safe water.
We're changing this - one village at a time. Help us build a well for a school,
provide water for all the kids, and unlock potential for a brighter future.
We have a challenge for you. Give up
any beverages besides water for two weeks. Grab some friends and family and challenge
them to do it with you. Take the money that you would have spent on soda,
juice, coffee, etc. and give it to the Water Project. A couple weeks later, we
will get updates on our project and see the well that is being built. Our well
will save up to 400 people and all of your donations count. By giving money,
you are providing water, and by giving water, you are saving lives!
|06/13/12||Offline donations - TCA Central Elementary||$4571.92|
|04/27/12||$250 Match Donation||$250.00||What a blessing.|
|04/26/12||Ginger Haruf||$20.00||Good job!|
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.