Something very important to us..... charity:water
1,400 children die every day in developing countries from diseases caused by unclean drinking water. We decided to help!For each WRT-Water Damage student
, we donate a portion to Charity:water. In 2022, we decided to go BIG!! We've started with a $10,000 well-rebuild in Uganda that serves over 350 people. THEN, in Dec., we started our current project and sent $10,000 to bring clean water/sanitation to a school of 550 in Bangladesh! As with ALL charity:water projects, GPS & pics will be coming soon. Check back to see their progress. All with the help of our students! We are currently looking for our next 2023 big project and will update soon.
By attending our WRT class you've helped 1 person get clean water for lifel! Check out the progress! Click the link below. See our charity:water page or donate with usWe are very passionate about this particular charity. WHY? 3 BIG reasons! 1. 100% of donations will bring those people clean water for the rest of their lives because private donors cover their operating cost2. Every project is proven with GPS coordinates and pics. Read below for more info. 3. It takes very little $$ to make a HUGE difference in the lives of these people. $40 brings clean water for the REST of their lives.
WATCH founder Scott Harrison's amazing story Our Charity:water WRT class donations to date: over $47,000 and close to 1,200 people get clean water.... for LIFE! (12/2022)OUR FIRST WELL IS COMPLETE! Part of our donations in 2019 were combined with other donors and funded a well in Monapo, Mozambique that was completed in Aug. 2021. 179 children, woman, and men will have clean water the rest of their lives. Nothing is more fulfilling! Some of 2019 donations went to several well-rebuilds in Zimbabwe & Nepal. View our well in Monapo, Mozambique and other progress.The rest of our donations in 2019 & 2020-21 are being put towards wells in Nepal and Ethiopia. MORE UPDATES SOON!2022- A well-rebuild in Uganda, 350 people and clean water source in a school in Bangladesh, 550 children are both under way. Check back for more pics and progress!