Water Changes Everything

Charity Water donates 100% of its public donations to water projects, which bring clean and safe drinking water to those in developing nations. The cool thing about this non-profit organization is that literally every penny “goes to people in need. Private donors, foundations and sponsors cover [their] operating costs — everything from staff salaries to basic office systems to office rent and supplies. This allows [them] to continue using 100% of public donations for water projects. Even the credit card fees from your donation are sponsored” to insure your donation is used properly.

Charity Water has successfully provided clean water to 91 projects in clinics/hospitals,  703 projects in schools, and 5,391 projects in communities. Charity Water continues to grow and provide clean water to developing countries, but the unique part of this organization is their website provides proof of every project. Every project can be found through the use of google maps, along with a detailed description of the location, what was successfully accomplished, and who they partnered with. In addition, Charity Water breaks down the process of your donation, step by step, so you know exactly how your money is being used and proving to you 100% of your donation is going directly to water projects.

All donations help provide clean and safe water around the world, and some examples of what your money will fund: cement, pipes, taps, pump heads, safety gear, trucks, salaries for local drillers, hygiene education, and project maintenance. There are a several ways to donate to Charity Water. One, you can buy items in their store, such as t-shirts, water bottles, jewelry, hats, and even playing cards.  Two, you can donate money directly online. Three, you can sponsor a water project in a village or sponsor a project in a school or clinic.

To learn more about Charity Water and donate today, click here
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