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Imagine spending hours every day searching for water
Then imagine the water you’ve worked so hard to collect makes you and your family sick. Your family has now lost time and health, and without either, there’s little room for school, work, or making progress on your dreams.
But with clean water, everything changes.
charity: water works with local partners to implement sustainable, community-owned water projects in remote communities. Since 2006, thanks to our local partners and over a million supporters, we’ve brought clean and safe water to more than 13 million people around the world.
We could tell you all about the difference clean water makes. But we’d rather let one special community show you instead.
In 2009, this rural community in northern Uganda was home to a few hundred people who struggled to get through each day with limited access to water.
Today, after 12 years with a clean water project, it’s a bustling center of commerce. It’s home to donut makers and seamstresses. Farms with herds of livestock. And something we’ve never seen in a rural community: paved roads and power lines.
For Helen, the impact of clean water stretched far beyond her own life, and even that of her own family. With hours of each day back, she had time to invest in her extended family: her community in northern Uganda.
“People no longer fall sick like they used to. People would bathe with dirty water. They never used to wash their clothes frequently. However these days, I see people washing clothes. They also use it to cook food, and it's delicious.”
“The water point came. Building and construction followed. Then electricity came. And now businesses continue to boom. In this community, I teach people to stick together. I also teach about sanitation, hygiene, and cleanliness at home. When you educate someone, they can support themselves.”
“Before, life was not good. The water was not clean. Diseases were so prevalent. When I gave birth to my firstborn, she often fell sick. Now that we have the water point, there are a lot of changes. When you go to fetch water, you will find clean water.”
“Children are concentrating on their studies and they are healthy. Even us, the people who drink the water, are healthy. I am aging gracefully because I am now 70 years of age. I drink clean water. I don’t get stomach problems like I used to in the past.”
Every child pictured here was born after clean water came. With better health, more time, access to education and endless opportunities, they represent the dreams of all who came before.
These families have been completely transformed, but millions more are still waiting for their chance to thrive.
The Spring is a passionate and determined group of monthly givers on a mission to end the water crisis in our lifetime. People like you, from more than 100 countries around the world, giving anything they can to prove how unstoppable we are when we work together.
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Join us in shaping the future and making clean water a part of your lasting legacy.
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Our exponential growth fund will hold all donated bitcoins until at least 2025.