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The Clean Water Project


If you’re seeking a way to help our brothers and sisters in need, The Water Project is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to bringing worldwide relief to communities that do not have access to clean water.

The Water Project was started in August of 2006 by an inspired group of teenagers and adults in Canada, and is now headquartered in Charlotte, NC. They began working tirelessly to bring clean water to  communities in Kenya, Sudan, Sierra Leone and India. To date, they have over 60,000 people gain access to clean water.

We often take for granted the clean water which we have easy access to, and the hardships we dodge by having this access. Countless men, women, and children in the countries The Water Project works in encounter death, disease, and dehydration from lack of clean water. Not to mention, the time spent traveling by many people simply to obtain water that is often tainted. Instead of tending their crops, attending school, and going to work, the residents of these areas are forced to spend hours every day collecting water to survive.

A donation of only $20 builds 1 well for a community in need. Give today. Together we can make a difference.