Hola! sabías que 783 millones de personas no tienen acceso a agua limpia? 37% de esos viven cerca del Sahara en Africa. Por eso tengo 783 millones de razones para comenzar a juntar y ayudar para que se construya un pozo de agua potable.. pero no puedo hacer esto sola, necesito tu ayuda. Podemos ayudar a 20 personas, se necesitan $23 dólares para ayudar a una persona. Por favor considerá ayudarme con esto. Prometo que cuando llegue a la meta me subo a un bus, comparto esta información y les doy una botella de agua a cada pasajero, y obvio que voy a sacar fotos! Cualquier billetito sirve, no tienes porque donar $23 dólares tu solo/a. :) Gracias en nombre de ellos!!!!
Hello! did you know?
783 million people do not have access to clean and safe water. 37% of those people live in Sub-Saharan Africa. So I feel like I have 783 million reasons to start this fundraising and help 20 people get clean water ($23 helps one) but I can't do it by myself, I need your help, please consider to help me with this . I promise I will get on a public bus (where I reside in Uruguay) once we reach the goal, I will share the info I know, I will give a bottle of water to each passenger, and I will take pictures of course! Thanks!! Any amount helps!
|03/05/15||Samuel Shepley||$25.00||for Helena Modzelewski|
|02/12/15||Samuel Shepley||$20.00||for Vero Tellechea|
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