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Digs for Water

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Imagine if you had no clean water. Imagine sweating and straining to haul contaminated water back to your family. Imagine suffering from preventable things like diarrhea, parasites or leeches. Unbelievably, 80% of all diseases in the world are caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation. Here in the US, we use about 400 billions gallons of water each day, which means the average family of four is responsible for about 400 gallons PER DAY.

Gives a simple glass of water an entirely new meaning, doesn't it?

I learned about charity: water a few years ago and have been wanting to contribute in some way bigger than just the minimum. And then it came to me.

I've always had a sort of addiction to clothes. Shoe shopping cheers me up when I'm down and I almost always buy one, if not two pairs! When I find a pair of jeans I really like, I'll buy the same pair in two different washes. But as I was putting laundry away the other night, I was staring at my closet thinking what a luxury it is to have all of these great clothes (or "digs", as the name of my campaign implies). I don't NEED all of these clothes. I buy shoes when I'm sad, for crying out loud. Meanwhile, there are entire families crying because a child is sick and may even die from not having clean water.

I've started this campaign to do my part and help make this place we call home a better place for those who can't help themselves. In the next three months, I'm going to raise $500 to build clean water wells for 25 people (or 5 families of 5).

I will be doing this by selling off clothes, shoes, accessories, etc. I've never worn and/or owned for years. And I will demand that, even if you don't purchase any of the items that are for sale, you do your good deed for the year by supporting my cause!!

For just $20, you can give one person clean, safe drinking water for 10 years - A DECADE!

Plus, the cool thing about charity: water is that 100% of the money I raise goes directly to the water projects. Even better, when projects are complete, we'll get to see where the wells are on Google Earth.

Please join me and my "Digs For Water" campaign :)

To see what's new, visit: http://natrixproduxions.com/

For questions, please email me at thenatjar@gmail.com.

Peace & Love! :)

This campaign brought clean water to Alex Gaya, Malawi.

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$500.00

This campaign closed on Jul 22, 2011 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:
  • Richard Lang
    $100
  • Elaina Lease
    $100
  • Natalia Jaramillo
    $65
  • Sara Brown
    $50
  • Patrick W Cowley
    $50

This campaign brought clean water to Alex Gaya, Malawi.

Imagine if you had no clean water. Imagine sweating and straining to haul contaminated water back to your family. Imagine suffering from preventable things like diarrhea, parasites or leeches. Unbelievably, 80% of all diseases in the world are caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation. Here in the US, we use about 400 billions gallons of water each day, which means the average family of four is responsible for about 400 gallons PER DAY.

Gives a simple glass of water an entirely new meaning, doesn't it?

I learned about charity: water a few years ago and have been wanting to contribute in some way bigger than just the minimum. And then it came to me.

I've always had a sort of addiction to clothes. Shoe shopping cheers me up when I'm down and I almost always buy one, if not two pairs! When I find a pair of jeans I really like, I'll buy the same pair in two different washes. But as I was putting laundry away the other night, I was staring at my closet thinking what a luxury it is to have all of these great clothes (or "digs", as the name of my campaign implies). I don't NEED all of these clothes. I buy shoes when I'm sad, for crying out loud. Meanwhile, there are entire families crying because a child is sick and may even die from not having clean water.

I've started this campaign to do my part and help make this place we call home a better place for those who can't help themselves. In the next three months, I'm going to raise $500 to build clean water wells for 25 people (or 5 families of 5).

I will be doing this by selling off clothes, shoes, accessories, etc. I've never worn and/or owned for years. And I will demand that, even if you don't purchase any of the items that are for sale, you do your good deed for the year by supporting my cause!!

For just $20, you can give one person clean, safe drinking water for 10 years - A DECADE!

Plus, the cool thing about charity: water is that 100% of the money I raise goes directly to the water projects. Even better, when projects are complete, we'll get to see where the wells are on Google Earth.

Please join me and my "Digs For Water" campaign :)

To see what's new, visit: http://natrixproduxions.com/

For questions, please email me at thenatjar@gmail.com.

Peace & Love! :)

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

  • Sara Brown
    Sara Brown donated $50 - about 4 years ago

    xoxo - Sara, Evan & Owen

  • Nichole Danser
    Nichole Danser donated $40 - about 4 years ago

    I know I bid $30...but hey! It's a great cause!

  • Patrick W Cowley
    Patrick W Cowley donated $50 - about 4 years ago

    so happy you are doing this charity, you have such a big heart Natalia! :)

  • Elaina Lease
    Elaina Lease donated $100 - about 4 years ago

    Good luck! The world is lucky to have you!

  • Charlotte Goldmann
    Charlotte Goldmann donated $20 - about 4 years ago

    My jumping off point :)

  • Brandye Alexander
    Brandye Alexander donated $20 - about 4 years ago

    Great cause! Good luck with your efforts!

  • Natalia Jaramillo
    Natalia Jaramillo donated $20 - over 4 years ago

    Let's do this!! :)

100 percent

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