Gift of Giving Water Project

by Sandra Rerecic

Sandra brought clean water to Buhumba - EP Buhumba School.


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We all want the opportunity to experience what I call "truly the best gift"...the gift of giving back. I am taking this on by starting "The gift of giving water" project.

I am leading a project for those who can't. I want to give people clean drinking water.

I've had it pretty good in life. I don't want to sit by and just do nothing, so I picked one cause I think everyone can agree on. I'm working to give people something they absolutely cannot do without -- the most basic of health needs.

More than a billion people don't have access to safe drinking water, that's 1 in 8 of us. Just $5,000 can build a clean water project to serve a community of 250 people.

Every little bit counts.

There's a lot of need in the world. I'm starting here. Will you join me?

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you,

Sandra Rerecic

This campaign brought clean water to:
Buhumba - EP Buhumba School, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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