100% of whatever you choose to give will help bring clean and safe water to people around the world. You'll also get access to five of the best episodes of Akimbo. No Q&A, no ads, just about two hours’ worth of podcasting goodness.
Make checks payable to charity: water. If you're donating in honor of someone, sponsoring a water project or want to direct your donation to our operating costs, please write that in the memo of your check.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept donations to The Spring via check.
Tax receipts will be mailed within four to six weeks after the donation has been processed.
charity: water is a registered charity in the UK. To make a tax-efficient donation in GBP, visit charitywateruk.org. For other international donations, we accept bank issued money orders in USD. Money orders should be made payable to charity: water and can be mailed to the address below. For donations over $6,000, we also accept wire transfers; email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please note, only donations made by eligible US taxpayers may be tax-deductible.
We're able to accept donations in the form of stock, government (including municipal) debt and corporate debt through the Depository Trust Company (DTC). For security, settlement and reduced paperwork, electronic transfer through the DTC is preferred. This can be arranged from most brokerage accounts.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept donations to The Spring via stock.
Please contact email@example.com for more information on making a stock donation.
Right now, 703 million people are drinking dirty water. You can change that. When you give clean water, you’re investing in the hopes and dreams of families around the world. Children are able to attend school full-time. Women can start a business. Communities thrive.
Diseases from dirty water take 16,000 lives every week, mostly children under five. Access to clean water and proper sanitation doesn't just transform lives: It saves them.
When children have access to clean water and safe toilets, they’re able to study full-time. This empowers young girls to stay in school—and out of child marriages.
Clean water stimulates economic and social development in rural communities. Entrepreneurship thrives, populations are healthier, and families can finally look to the future with confidence.