This campaign closed on Nov 13, 2013 68anda6pack brought clean water to Kaniha 1.
Recently I completed the City2Surf and whilst running it was a welcome relief to get to a water station and drink a cup of cool clear water. But for many people around the world this simple thing would be a luxury.
So imagine if you had no clean water. Imagine walking hours to the nearest river to collect water for your family -- water that’s not even clean. Imagine giving that water to your kids.
So next I have entered the Wild Endurance 100kms which takes place over 36 hours (http://wildendurance.gofundraise.com.au/page/TheOldDog) to help raise funds for people that don't have clean water. My target is to get a million Followers on my blog www.68anda6pack.com and that they feel inspired to donate a dollar each (or more if they choose) to fund $1,000,000 to provide clean water for 50,000 people.
So whilst having to drink dirty water might seem unimaginable to us, it's a reality for 800 million people in developing countries.
After learning more about charity: water's work, we know we can make a difference in the global water crisis. We're supporting charity: water to help build clean water projects for people in need.
Please help us by donating on this page.
100% of the money we raise will go directly water project costs, funding long-lasting clean water solutions for people in need. When the projects are finished, charity: water will show us the exact communities we've helped using photos and GPS coordinates.
Please join us and help give clean water!
And please go to www.68anda6pack.com to Follow the Old Dog's story.
All donations made to 68anda6pack’s campaign
|The Old Dog||$100|
|Sunshine N Water||$70|
Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Your donation will help change that.
100% of the money raised by this campaign is being used to bring clean water to help those in need. In 21 months we’ll be able to show you exactly where the money went and who it helped.