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Malita Esnard

Malita's 25th Birthday

Malita Esnard

Malita's 25th Birthday

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It's not the amount of years in your life, but the amount of life in your years that matters.In less than a month I will be celebrating a milestone; a quarter of a century of life, and I realized that I have been living only for myself and those people that have an immediate impact on my life. Sad but true. It occurred to me that the dash between my
years means nothing, because I have not left my footprint on this earth. Thus, I have decided to give up my egocentric ways by using my 25th Birthday not for my own gain, but to to help others.

While attending the 7th Annual Youth Conference at the UN, I came across charity:water, which is a non-profit initiative based in New York City focused on bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Founded in 2006, it has helped fund 2,906 projects in 17 countries, benefiting over 1,277,430 people. Overall, the organization has sent over $10 million to developing countries as of February, 2010.

My personal goal is to raise $1,000.00, which will provide clean
drinking water to 50 people. Any contribution that you make will make a difference in someone�??s life. When you are ask the question what difference you made in someone else�??s life, what will your answer be?

Please donate at mycharitywater.org/malita

This campaign brought clean water to Mbanza Community, Central African Republic.

$870Raised

  • 0 days left to donate
87%
$1,000.00

This campaign closed on Nov 24, 2010 and the money is being sent to the field. Still want to donate? You can give directly to charity: water.

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Top donors listed by:
  • SHARIFA BACCHUS
    $140
  • Eusebia Jn Baptiste
    $100
  • Ashford Charleus
    $100
  • Gareth Williams
    $50
  • Francis Smith
    $50

This campaign brought clean water to Mbanza Community, Central African Republic.

It's not the amount of years in your life, but the amount of life in your years that matters.In less than a month I will be celebrating a milestone; a quarter of a century of life, and I realized that I have been living only for myself and those people that have an immediate impact on my life. Sad but true. It occurred to me that the dash between my
years means nothing, because I have not left my footprint on this earth. Thus, I have decided to give up my egocentric ways by using my 25th Birthday not for my own gain, but to to help others.

While attending the 7th Annual Youth Conference at the UN, I came across charity:water, which is a non-profit initiative based in New York City focused on bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Founded in 2006, it has helped fund 2,906 projects in 17 countries, benefiting over 1,277,430 people. Overall, the organization has sent over $10 million to developing countries as of February, 2010.

My personal goal is to raise $1,000.00, which will provide clean
drinking water to 50 people. Any contribution that you make will make a difference in someone�??s life. When you are ask the question what difference you made in someone else�??s life, what will your answer be?

Please donate at mycharitywater.org/malita

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

  • Gareth Williams
    Gareth Williams donated $50 - over 4 years ago

    Almost there... keep working toward your goal.

  • Anonymous donated $25 - almost 5 years ago

    It's a very noble and mature thing to be selfless for one's birthday. Indeed it is in giving that we receive. Many blessings to you for this undertaking and keep up the good work!

  • Sefton Bennett
    Sefton Bennett donated $25 - almost 5 years ago

    I applaud your efforts...Big ups!

  • Guy-Philippe Goth
    Guy-Philippe Goth donated $25 - almost 5 years ago

    Good luck in your project Malita. It's a noble cause and I hope it will meet the goal you set.

  • Emma Lovence
    Emma Lovence donated $25 - almost 5 years ago

    Happy Birthday Malits! Let's get this drinking water out there to those who need it.

  • Francis Smith
    Francis Smith donated $50 - almost 5 years ago

    Good luck...hope you reach your goal...:)

  • Malita Esnard
    Eusebia Jn Baptiste donated $100 - almost 5 years ago

    More love, more peace.

  • Ashford Charleus
    Ashford Charleus donated $100 - almost 5 years ago

    getting a little closer

  • Gareth Williams
    Gareth Williams donated $25 - almost 5 years ago

    What more noble cause than making sure everyone on this planet has access to the most basic necessity for life. May you be blessed tenfold for your charity.

  • Alison Forde
    Alison Forde donated $25 - almost 5 years ago

    You're doing a very noble thing. I applaud you!! More people should sacrifice their day of joy to bring a lifetime of joy to others!

100 percent

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