Water has the power to change lives
You have the power to change lives this World Water Day
Water has the power to protect and save lives. The power to turn dreams into realities, and poverty into possibility. It has the power to turn time spent into time saved, when it’s close and not hours away.
Water has the power to unlock education, create economic potential, and improve health. Access to safe water empowers women in Peru with time to work, kids in Ethiopia with time for school and families in India and around the world with bright days.
Water has the power to change lives. You do too. Give the power of water to people living without it.
This World Water Day, donate $12.50 and you can give the power of water to one person in need.
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Turn hazardous into healthy
Uni’s daughter passed away from an unknown illness, and now her four young grandchildren often fall ill after bathing in a canal.
Water has the power to turn hazardous into healthy. And this World Water Day, you have the power to help.
Turn struggles into snuggles
Being a new mother didn’t excuse Sophon from the difficult task of collecting water. Access to safe water at home has the power to turn daily struggles into time for snuggles.
This World Water Day, let’s make our biggest difference yet for moms like Sophon.
Turn a home into a haven
Namulondo is dedicated to her hospital job and caring for her children. A new rain storage tank means less time collecting water, and more time for her family. Safe water has the power to turn a home into a haven.
Give women like Namulondo the power of water this World Water Day.
Turn time into tea
Nanda always rose early to collect water from a distant well. Her own source of safe water has the power to turn that time into tea, a literal hot commodity she can sell to pay for her grandchildren’s school needs.
This World Water Day, give someone like Nanda the power of water.