We are almost half-way to our current goal of $10,000 to repair the hundreds of broken, non-producing existing wells in Kenya! Feel free to invite others to help us hit our goal. There are non Living Water International wells that have been broken and abandoned in communities and we are raising $10,000 to rehabilitate these […]Read more "Almost Half-way There!"
As we near Labor Day weekend nears, the kids head back to school and the air gets a chill and people begin looking up recipes with pumpkin ingredients. With our work with Living Water International, going back to school for kids in communities without clean water can be challenging or nearly impossible. We love when […]Read more "Back To School"
We were given the amazing opportunity to meet with Jeff Chase, Living Water International’s Development Director of the West, to connect face to face when he visited Denver. What a treat it was! We got to hear the intricacies of Jeff’s personal experience with this organization and his passion for providing clean water. We got […]Read more "Giving Gifts To Give More Gifts"
Our new project’s donation page is up and running! Check this website out to see our progress, learn more about the project, and donate yourself. We are so thrilled to be able to help in this way. We hope you’ll follow along and join us! Click here to view the whole website.Read more "Kenya Well Rehab Fundraising Page"
We officially completed our funding to bring clean water to the deep forest of Peru! We continually feel lucky to work with Living Water International bringing clean water all around the world! Which leads us to our exciting update! We are now starting funding for a project called Rehabilitations. This is where Living Water International finds non-LWI […]Read more "Exciting, New Update!"
We are only $250 away from completing our campaign for Peru! Thank you for all you have contributed and all your support. Who will be the one to bring us home to $10,000?? To follow along on our campaign, click here.Read more "Almost There!"
Article by MEREDITH MAINES, original can be found here. Pastor Moses Chinyama was raised in a cult, a devoted disciple. When he finally escaped its clutches and became a believer, he felt called to lead others out of the same bondage he experienced in childhood. Clean water, offered at local churches like his, is one way Moses […]Read more "Clean Water Changing Physical and Spiritual Lives"