This campaign closed on Jun 17, 2013 Ais N brought clean water to Daduwa.
800 million people in developing countries don't have clean water. They have to walk hours to collect dirty water, and the walk itself may be dangerous. Even when they get the water back to their family, it might be doing little more than killing them slowly.
charity: water creates solutions for these families in their communities, like installing wells and sanitation stations, and sends 100% of money donated straight to water project costs. Which means every penny you donate, whether you can give a small amount or large, truly counts. Money spent on providing clean water can free up the time especially young girls spend on collecting water rather than getting an education; having a chance for a different future.
The $200 I'm hoping to raise will bring 10 people clean water. If we can raise more than that, we can help even more people! When the project is finished, we'll all be able to see photos and GPS coordinates of the exact community our money helped aid.
Please help me raise money to give clean water to people who really need it.
This is 'for Sergio' in honor of a fish I was watching who passed away. I'm sure there are those who think it doesn't matter if a fish dies, but it matters to me, and it matters to me if there are people in the world who can't even have something as simple as a clean glass of water. Please help them if you can, no matter how small an amount you can donate. Every dollar we can raise will go toward one more person having a better chance at a healthy life.
THANK YOU for your time and consideration! And especially THANK YOU if you can donate anything!
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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.