Ugandan Primary School Campaign – 2017Clean Water For Kiyogaanyi Primary School in Uganda ~ As the school year begins, it is the perfect time to reflect on how blessed the students are because they have the opportunity to receive a quality education. However, many children in eastern Africa aren’t this lucky, due to the current water crisis. Often, children cannot attend school because they spend hours retrieving water from far-off sources or have waterborne diseases.
Wartburg Water to Thrive 2017-2018 – Well 13 & 14, Funding Complete!"We are excited for the future of the organization and the change that it can make in the lives of those who live in the rural African communities that we can reach. A well is more than just clean, accessible water. A well brings joy, hope, health, and a possibility of an education, and thus a future. A well is so much more than just water." - Ahymad Lee (President of Wartburg College Water to Thrive)
Widow’s Mite WellLuke 21:1-4 ~ As Jesus looked up, He saw the rich putting their gifts into the temple treasury. He also saw a poor widow put in two very small copper coins. "Truly I tell you," He said, "This poor widow has put in more than all the others. All these people gave their gifts out of their wealth; but she out of her poverty put in all she had to live on."
Chare Dike Village in Ethiopia ~ Looking for ChangeThe Chare Dike village in Ethiopia needs your help. This village is home to 100 households, and these families have a critical need for change. They desire a clean, safe water well within their community.
Water for Life Well CampaignDuring our four days together for VBS EWALU Day Camp, Water for Life, the children decided they needed to do more than simply raise a few hundred dollars for clean water for others - so they decided to build a well, to share living water with all of God's creation.
Change the WorldHelp us "Change the World" by donating to our Water to Thrive campaign. We, Mackenzie Howard, Payton Schwartz, Jasmine Ator, and Emma Forest, are doing a school project at W-SR Middle School to help, "Change the World," and we need your support.