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Walking 4 Water

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charity: water

This past year, I was truly touched by this charity. I personally believe everyone has the right to accessible, clean drinking water, and to that end I have decided that from now through this coming year, I would walk for water. Starting December 28, 2011, I will walk on the treadmill at my gym every day, to try to raise money for those who don't have clean, safe drinking water.

I can't do this alone. I need your help.

By either donating a set amount, or pledging money for every single mile I walk, you can be an active participant in bringing water to a village that desperately needs it. I might not be the fastest, nor the strongest runner, but I can walk. And I am determined to meet my goal of raising $5000.00 needed to build a well. To pledge, see my blog, walkingforcleanwater.wordpress.com , for details.

I will be taking a photo everyday, and putting it on my blog, walkingforcleanwater.wordpress.com , as proof to ensure that I stick to my goal, and remain focused on what's important: clean water.

This campaign brought clean water to Bulenga - ITA Buzi/Bulenga School, Democratic Republic of the Congo and 1 other project.

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$5,000.00

This campaign closed on Mar 28, 2012 and the money is being sent to the field. Still want to donate? You can give directly to charity: water.

Donate To charity: water
Top donors listed by:
  • Joel Stanton
    $129
  • Anonymous
    $100
  • Anonymous
    $100
  • Karilyn Mackey
    $75
  • Kathleen Golec
    $50

This campaign brought clean water to Bulenga - ITA Buzi/Bulenga School, Democratic Republic of the Congo and 1 other project.

charity: water

This past year, I was truly touched by this charity. I personally believe everyone has the right to accessible, clean drinking water, and to that end I have decided that from now through this coming year, I would walk for water. Starting December 28, 2011, I will walk on the treadmill at my gym every day, to try to raise money for those who don't have clean, safe drinking water.

I can't do this alone. I need your help.

By either donating a set amount, or pledging money for every single mile I walk, you can be an active participant in bringing water to a village that desperately needs it. I might not be the fastest, nor the strongest runner, but I can walk. And I am determined to meet my goal of raising $5000.00 needed to build a well. To pledge, see my blog, walkingforcleanwater.wordpress.com , for details.

I will be taking a photo everyday, and putting it on my blog, walkingforcleanwater.wordpress.com , as proof to ensure that I stick to my goal, and remain focused on what's important: clean water.

Learn about the water crisis

Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Your donation will help change that.

Comments by donors

  • Karilyn Mackey
    Karilyn Mackey donated $25 - over 3 years ago

    Because the next generation shouldn't have to worry about clean water!

  • Joel Stanton
    Joel Stanton donated $129 - over 3 years ago

    Thanks for all your efforts! Many blessings to you.

  • Sarah Lynn Schallock
    Sarah Caudill donated $30 - over 3 years ago

    You're making people so, so happy with clean drinking water!

  • Helen Sumney
    Helen Sumney donated $15 - over 3 years ago

    Keep walking...keep up the good work!

  • Anonymous donated $100 - over 3 years ago

    Keep up the good work!

  • Karilyn Mackey
    Karilyn Mackey donated $75 - over 3 years ago

    Keep it up, Steph!

  • Tania Garron
    Tania Garron donated $15 - over 3 years ago

    Keep it up!

  • Kathleen Golec
    Kathleen Golec donated $50 - over 3 years ago

    Go Stephanie! I think I have seen you walking at the gym.

  • Anonymous donated $100 - over 3 years ago

    keep it up

  • Anonymous donated $30 - over 3 years ago

    Keep up the good work!

100 percent

Private donors cover our operating cost so that 100% of all public donations can go directly to water project costs.