Chuck Eesley

Chuck's 32nd birthday

Chuck Eesley

Chuck's 32nd birthday

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All of my birthdays have always been about stuff. Stuff I don't want, stuff I definitely don't need.

So this year, I'm giving my birthday up.

Dec. 4th, I'm turning 32 years old, and instead of asking for gifts, I'm asking for $32 or more from everyone I know. It's not going to me, though. All of it is going to build freshwater wells for people in developing nations.

A billion people in the world are living without clean water - but how much are they really living? Millions contract deadly diseases from contaminated water. 45,000 people will die this week alone. The lucky ones won't, but still walk hours each day to get dirty water to give to their families.

My birthday wish this year is not for more gifts I don't need; it's to give clean and safe drinking water to some of the billion living without it. I want to make my birthday matter this year.

Please join me. http://eesley.blogspot.com/2010/11/water.html

please note: Because of charity: water's unique model, 100% of all donations go directly to direct water projects costs, and each donation is "proved" and tracked to the village it helped when projects are complete.

This campaign brought clean water to Metari (Kal Hutsa) Community, Ethiopia.

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$32.00

This campaign closed on Dec 31, 2011 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:
Lucia Stoisor$64
Jialan Wang$64
ISAAC DE LA PENA$32
PAOLA BRONSON$32
Jie Yang$32

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.

100 percent 634e2b13f2859ea82608c931e53dc2a8a6ede72c07f49caf95111ab28827040e

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

This campaign brought clean water to Metari (Kal Hutsa) Community, Ethiopia.

All of my birthdays have always been about stuff. Stuff I don't want, stuff I definitely don't need.

So this year, I'm giving my birthday up.

Dec. 4th, I'm turning 32 years old, and instead of asking for gifts, I'm asking for $32 or more from everyone I know. It's not going to me, though. All of it is going to build freshwater wells for people in developing nations.

A billion people in the world are living without clean water - but how much are they really living? Millions contract deadly diseases from contaminated water. 45,000 people will die this week alone. The lucky ones won't, but still walk hours each day to get dirty water to give to their families.

My birthday wish this year is not for more gifts I don't need; it's to give clean and safe drinking water to some of the billion living without it. I want to make my birthday matter this year.

Please join me. http://eesley.blogspot.com/2010/11/water.html

please note: Because of charity: water's unique model, 100% of all donations go directly to direct water projects costs, and each donation is "proved" and tracked to the village it helped when projects are complete.

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Updates and Comments

  • Jialan Wang donated $64 - about 4 years ago

    Happy Birthday Chuck! Sorry I missed the actual date, but I thought of you randomly today. Thanks for reminding me to give.

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    Jing Chen donated $32 - about 4 years ago

    Happy Birthday, Chuck!

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    ISAAC DE LA PENA donated $32 - about 4 years ago

    Happy birthday Chuck. Great idea.

  • Y
    yanbo wang donated $32 - about 4 years ago

    Happy Birthday, Chuck!

  • PAOLA BRONSON donated $32 - over 4 years ago

    Happy Birthday Chuck! - Paola & Nathan

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.

100 percent 634e2b13f2859ea82608c931e53dc2a8a6ede72c07f49caf95111ab28827040e

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