How to get involved
Corporations love our Water 4 Kids program because they know all of their donations are directed towards water. Some of the corporations have partnered with us by:
Legacy and Foundation Giving
The Lee Family decided long ago that they wanted to leave an important long-lasting legacy that would impact thousands of people. Not only did they decide to drill a well, but adopted an entire village in Seka, Uganda. They knew they would be investing in the children in the area, along with their children’s children! Families will get to learn about the village they are helping and get an opportunity to develop a long lasting relationship with them. Family members can travel with us to dedicate their well and work in their village!
Walk 4 Water
In honor of children, mainly girls that have to walk every day for water, we have put together events around the country called Walk 4 Water. They are 3 - 4 mile walks that represent the journey millions of people have to take each day to find water. Hundreds of people participate each year and learn about the exact village they are helping. It’s a wonderful, fun event designed for people of all ages. Currently, we have walks in Phoenix, Huntington Beach and Loveland Colorado.
Be the hands and feet of Jesus
Getting the opportunity to be the “hands and feet” of Jesus is what we are all called to do. Coming together as a church to help restore a village with fresh water is a wonderful way to fulfill God’s calling. We’ll connect you to a specific village in need that you can share with your congregation. You’ll learn about the profile of the village and see photos of the actual water source they are forced to drink. This is a wonderful opportunity to share during the season of Advent. During the process, we encourage you to pray for the village in hopes of a smooth drilling process. After your well is complete, we encourage your church to send some of the members to travel with us to dedicate it first hand! It’s an incredible day to experience! You’ll see how this well will be a blessing for generations to come while learning the true meaning of gratefulness!