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JOIN CATALYST AND HELP CHARITY: WATER FUND A DRILLING RIG IN NORTHERN ETHIOPIA.


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100% of the money you raise will help fund a drilling rig for northern Ethiopia. When the rig gets to the field in early 2012, you'll be able to track its progress with GPS.


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Not ready to start a campaign? Donate to the September Campaign. 100% of the money donated will help fund a drilling rig that can give about 40,000 people clean water.

THE CHALLENGE.

At Catalyst Conference in October 2010, charity: water founder Scott Harrison challenged the entire Catalyst Community to give up their next birthday and raise money for charity: water. Throughout the year, we've been keeping track of how many birthdays you've pledged, how much money you've raised, and how many people will get clean water because of your efforts. You did some amazing work and the money you raised will help thousands of people in need get clean drinking water.

Now, we're asking you to do even more. Join us and help fund an FS 250 drilling rig for our local partner in northern Ethiopia. The FS 250 can drill 80 wells a year and provide clean drinking water to about 40,000 people.


WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I DONATE?

charity: water will use 100% of the money you raised to fund an FS 250 drilling rig. When the rig gets to the field, they'll mount a GPS device to it so you can track its progress from village to village, as it drills freshwater wells for people in northern Ethiopia.

ABOUT CHARITY: WATER.

charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations.


Almost a billion people on the planet donít have access to clean drinking water. That's one in eight of us. Learn more about the water crisis >


charity: water uses 100% of donations for direct project costs. Staff salaries and other expenses are paid by a group of private donors, so every penny of your money goes to people in need.