In the face of an unprecedented global health crisis and altogether turbulent year, the need for clean water doesn’t diminish; it only grows. The good news is although you and I may not be able to develop a vaccine, solve the economy’s recession, or heal the political and racial divisions in our communities, we can still come together to give water and give life to hundreds of vulnerable communities and health centers across Uganda that need it most. 


Your one-time gift of $50, $100, or $500 will ensure people can wash their hands with clean water, prevent students who return to the classroom from falling farther behind in their studies due to waterborne illness, and allow doctors and nurses to protect their own health and that of their patients. Better yet, consider joining the River, our monthly giving community, at as little as a dollar a day ($30/month) so you can continue giving water and giving life throughout the year. The cost for the Ugandan Water Project to equip one person in Uganda with clean water is just shy of $15, meaning you really can make the world a more hopeful place no matter the financial season you find yourself in.

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2020 End of Year Fundraiser

by Ugandan Water Project


In the face of an unprecedented global health crisis and altogether turbulent year, the need for clean water doesn’t diminish; it only grows. The good news is although you and I may not be able to develop a vaccine, solve the economy’s recession, or heal the political and racial divisions in our communities, we can still come together to give water and give life to hundreds of vulnerable communities and health centers across Uganda that need it most. 


Your one-time gift of $50, $100, or $500 will ensure people can wash their hands with clean water, prevent students who return to the classroom from falling farther behind in their studies due to waterborne illness, and allow doctors and nurses to protect their own health and that of their patients. Better yet, consider joining the River, our monthly giving community, at as little as a dollar a day ($30/month) so you can continue giving water and giving life throughout the year. The cost for the Ugandan Water Project to equip one person in Uganda with clean water is just shy of $15, meaning you really can make the world a more hopeful place no matter the financial season you find yourself in.