Four Charities That Need More Exposure – and You Can Help.
The Water Project
You’ve probably heard it before: sub-Saharan Africa needs water – clean, drinkable H2O. We’ve even taken a look at it before with the work of Good Neighbors in Chad. The Water Project is a little different, for a number of reasons. Without the star power of Jars of Clay’s Blood:Water Mission or World Vision’s massive footprint and history, The Water Project is a grassroots movement by two young girls who were motivated by Jesus’ “unambiguous call to ‘provide a cup of cold water’ and to answer the needs of those who say ‘I am thirsty’ (Matt 25).” Though Christians, The Water Project is not a religious organization and carries that love for neighbor to everyone, no matter their background, through whatever means they can provide water – rain catchment, drilling wells, purification for local streams and springs: anything – by partnerships with churches and communities.