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Water Life Hope: Save a child’s life today by giving the gift of clean water

Around the world, about 4,500 children die each day from diseases caused by contaminated water. Without water, even strong adults can die within days. Children are even more vulnerable.

You can be the solution to helping Haiti’s thirsty poor. The Water Life Hope project needs your help to dig 200 water wells in Haiti. Just one water well can provide 9,600 gallons of fresh, clean water a day; enough for an average village of more than 4,000 people!

What is Water Life Hope?

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Water Life Hope is a grassroots team of caring people working through Food For The Poor. We have provided clean drinking water to more than 350,000 Haitians. Our projects have focused on the northern and southern regions of Haiti, and water towers in Cite Soleil and Cap-Haitien. While we have made great strides, about half of Haiti’s population of 9 million still lacks clean drinking water. Our current goal is to dig and install 200 water wells in Haiti to reach even more thirsty villages.

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The water wells built by Water Life Hope are crucial in Haiti, where waterborne diseases like cholera often claim innocent lives. You can be a champion for children in desperate need of clean water!

Just one water well can provide 9,600 gallons of fresh, clean water a day; enough for an average village of more than 4,000 people.

Support Water Life Hope by making a donation to help build 200 water wells in Haiti. Your gift can save lives!

Read the press release on the Water Life Hope mission trip to Haiti.


Join the following team members who support the Water Life Hope project and create your own fundraising page.

Buckley Lawfirm
John. F. Beasley
Barrett and Farahany
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Sheryl McCalla

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200 Water Wells have been funded

Update Water Life Hope:  153 wells are finished; 33 more are in the process; and all 200 wells will be completed by fall 2014.