You can
swim the SF bay
for clean water.

Our campaigners have done some pretty amazing things to raise money for clean water. And they’re thinking of new things to do every day. What will you do?

Start a Campaign

Our campaigners have done some pretty amazing things to raise money for clean water. And they’re thinking of new things to do every day. What will you do?

Starting a campaign is easy.

Step 1

See that 748 million people don’t have clean water, and decide to help.

It only takes a minute to set up a campaign. Decide what to do. Pick a name. Pick a photo. And just like that, you’ll be ready to start raising money to help build clean water projects for people in need.

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Step 2

Spread the word and watch the donations roll in.

Once your campaign is set up, tell everyone about it. The more people you tell, the quicker you’ll reach your goal. Then sit back and watch the donations to clean water projects roll in.

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Step 3

See exactly where your money goes and who it helps.

After your campaign is over, we’ll send 100% of what you raise directly to the field. We’ll keep track of where it goes. Then, we’ll report back to you with info about the actual people your money helps.

Clean water changes absolutely everything.

When a community gets access to clean water, it can change just about everything. It can improve health, increase access to food, grow local economies, and help kids spend more time in school.

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Where does your money go?

We’re on a mission to bring clean drinking water to every person on the planet. And with the support of incredible people like you, we’ve funded 16,277 water projects in 24 countries so far.

100% goes to the field.

When you fundraise or donate, every dollar goes directly to building clean water projects. Private donors fund our operating costs, so 100% of your money can go to the field.

We prove every project.

We work with local partners to build water projects around the world. And every time we complete one, we prove it using photos and GPS coordinates on Google Maps.