Water from the Arts

by Trout Monfalco

Trout brought clean water to Dr. Ataklti Latrine.


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This campaign raised $25.
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100% of the money raised by this campaign is being used to bring clean water to those in need. In 18 months we’ll be able to show you exactly where the money went and who it helped.

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Without clean water, people can't live.

If water is available but scarce, a major part of your life is devoted just to getting it and surviving.

There is no time for something more.

This is already happening, right now, throughout the world.

As important as I believe art of all kinds is to civilization, history and our cultures, some basic foundations must exist for art and invention to stand on. One part of that foundation is water for drinking.

You love the arts and so do I. These people are from vibrant cultures with great music, painting and dancing. They will sing and dance and party their asses off… as soon as they can drink.

(This campaign was sparked by our post for Blog Action Day 2010 - What does Clean Water have to do with Art? - http://goo.gl/uduw )

This campaign brought clean water to:
Dr. Ataklti Latrine, Ethiopia

We raised $25!
1 person will get clean water

$25 Raised
$5,000 Goal

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