Small House Style charity: water Campaign

Help us raise $5000 to ensure clean water for people who need it.

The story of charity: water – The 2009 September Campaign Trailer from charity: water on Vimeo.

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Many of us have no idea what its like to be thirsty.

Here in the United States, we use about 400 billions gallons of water each day. That means the average family of four is responsible for about 400 gallons per day.

But imagine if you had no clean water. Imagine sweating and straining to haul contaminated water back to your family. Imagine suffering from preventable things like diarrhea, parasites or leeches. Unbelievably, 80% of all diseases in the world are caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation.

After learning more about charity: waters work, we know we can make a dent in the global water crisis. We started a campaign and in the next three months, we are going to raise $5000 to build clean water wells for the millions who need them.

Together, we’ve got an incredible opportunity to provide clean water for those in need. And the great thing about donating to charity: water is that 100% of donations go directly to the water projects, and well get to see exactly what projects our dollars funded.

100% of public donations go directly to water projects. All operating costs are covered by a group of private donors so every dollar you give can go to people in need.

Just $20 can give one person clean water for 20 years. An average water project costs $5,000 and can serve 250 people with clean, safe water.

Please join us.

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    Hope Henry

    There are several ministries that provide wells for villages, as well as natural water filtering systems for areas where a well might not be possible. Joyce Meyer’s ministries provide wells and filtering systems, as well as medical facilities, and homes for women and children who have been rescued from human trafficking. James Robison’s ministry drills wells and helps a major ministry in Africa provide food for tens of thousands of people daily. CBN, Pat Robertson’s organization, is able to drill wells for $1800 apiece. These organizations have the equipment and people willing to travel into areas that are not only difficult to reach, but are sometimes dangerous to enter, especially for Christians. They can be googled to see what is being done and how you can help.

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