BIRTHDAYS CAN CHANGE THE WORLD. Join Justin.


Two Ways you can
join Justin's Campaign

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Pledge to give up your next birthday

Last year for my birthday, you gave me the best birthday present I could ever ask for -- you donated $47,148 to bring clean water to over 2,357 people! I'm so thankful for what we were able to accomplish together. This year, I want to do it again!

But this time, I'm inviting everyone to join me and start your own fundraising campaigns. Give up your birthday, start a lemonade stand, run a race... you can do anything to raise money for clean water. Best of all, 100% will directly help people in need.

- Justin


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Justin's PROGRESS SO FAR.

 
CAMPAIGNS STARTED
BY JUSTIN’S FANS

 
RAISED BY
JUSTIN + FANS

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1 IN 9 PEOPLE DON'T HAVE CLEAN WATER.

It's life's basic need and 748 million people in the world live without it. Learn more about how clean water affects every aspect of life here »

WHO WE ARE.

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

OUR 100% MODEL.

100% of all public donations go to direct water project costs. Private donors cover our operating costs so you don't have to.


PROVING IT.

We track every dollar you raise, showing you the water projects you helped fund and the lives you've changed.


LEARN MORE about JUSTIN & CHARITY: WATER

We have a little history with Justin Bieber. Watch the videos below to get the whole picture.

The Story of charity: water

THE STORY OF
charity: water.

Learn about the history of charity: water and get inspired to help bring clean water to people around the world.

A thank you to Adam and his fans

A THANK YOU
TO JUSTIN & FANS.

Founder Scott Harrison thanks Justin Bieber and his fans from northern Ethiopia for raising more than $47,000 for clean water.

Out staff thanks the glamberts

OUR COMMERCIAL
WITH JENNIFER CONNELLY.

Imagine if New York City’s taps stopped running. We’d be getting our water like millions of people around the world.