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Sadie Lange

Lemonade into Water

Sadie Lange

Lemonade into Water

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For the last two years Sadie has held a lemonade stand to raise money for charity:water's September campaign. The first year, to buy a drilling rig, last year for clean water for Rwanda. This year the money raised will support the mission of Gram Vikas in India. This organization brings clean water into villages that have come together, breaking down barriers of the caste system in India.

Sadie has set an ambitious goal this year. If she reaches it 7 families will receive clean water piped into their homes. $450 will provide one family with clean water.

100% of the donations made in this campaign will provide families in Orissa, India with clean water.

Thank you for supporting Sadie in the past. Please consider doing so again this year.

The physical Lemonade stand will be held on September 14th in Marion, Kansas. If you are unable to join us on that day you may donate here online.

Join us as we bring clean water to the people of Orissa, India!

$4,533

  • 100 people will get clean water
  • 0 days left to donate
100%
$3,150.00

This campaign closed on Dec 31, 2013 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:
  • Jeremiah Lange
    $1,138
  • Bryan & Beckie Cochran
    $610
  • Jeremiah Lange
    $315
  • Tamara Chernobay
    $300
  • Susan Edminson
    $295

For the last two years Sadie has held a lemonade stand to raise money for charity:water's September campaign. The first year, to buy a drilling rig, last year for clean water for Rwanda. This year the money raised will support the mission of Gram Vikas in India. This organization brings clean water into villages that have come together, breaking down barriers of the caste system in India.

Sadie has set an ambitious goal this year. If she reaches it 7 families will receive clean water piped into their homes. $450 will provide one family with clean water.

100% of the donations made in this campaign will provide families in Orissa, India with clean water.

Thank you for supporting Sadie in the past. Please consider doing so again this year.

The physical Lemonade stand will be held on September 14th in Marion, Kansas. If you are unable to join us on that day you may donate here online.

Join us as we bring clean water to the people of Orissa, India!

Learn about the water crisis in India

It's about dignity, justice, health and the future. It's about clean water for 100 communities in India. Your donation will help bring running water directly into the homes of families in Orissa.

Comments by donors

  • Norma Kline
    Norma Kline donated $10 - over 1 year ago

    So happy to help this project!

  • Matthew Gray
    Matthew Gray donated $50 - almost 2 years ago

    Late is better than, well, something.

  • Anonymous donated $45 - almost 2 years ago

    God Bless you Sadie. Love your name.

  • Candida J Jensen
    Candida J Jensen donated $50 - almost 2 years ago

    May God bless these people with this basic need and His bounteous blessings.

  • Sadie Lange
    Jeremiah Lange donated $50 - almost 2 years ago

    This is a donation from a longtime family friend

  • Sadie Lange
    Jeremiah Lange donated $1,138 - almost 2 years ago

    These are the donations Sadie received from her lemonade stand!

  • Hemant Nel
    Hemant Nel donated $25 - almost 2 years ago

    Sadie! Thank You for helping out communities in India!

  • Jami Williams
    Jami Williams donated $30 - almost 2 years ago

    GO SADIE!!!

  • Jim and Kaye Darrow
    Jim and Kaye Darrow donated $50 - almost 2 years ago

    Proud of you Sadie!!

  • Margaret Pickering
    Margaret Pickering donated $10 - almost 2 years ago

    You've done a fantastic job of raising money for a good cause, Sadie! Congratulations!

100 percent

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