Here at the University of Redlands, the North Hall community promotes health and wellness. Upon learning about the critical water conditions and grave sanitation situation beleaguering the eastern and southern parts of the African countryside, the North Hall community believes it is in their power to incite change for the betterment of other people less fortunate, living in poorer conditions. That this is a noble cause worth pursuing and accomplishing in order to improve the mental, moral, and physical health of those who desperately need it.
Together we hope to raise $15,000 with the help of The Water Project to create a well for a town in Africa. Such a measure will decrease the death toll caused by diarrheal maladies instigated by poor sanitation problems, increase school attendance and reduce violence for girls (seen as the primary water providers), and ultimately let people lead a life full of health and prosperity. Any donation no matter how small can change a life and help people fulfill their true potential.
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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.