CUC is building a WellConcordia University Chicago is dedicated to raising awareness and money to build a well in Africa in hopes that it will allow the students and the community to gain a better understanding of how their actions can have a much larger impact on the lives of others far beyond our local community.
Samuel’s WellPlease help St. Paul Lutheran Church of Phillipsburg, TX, build a new well for a community in Uganda. This well will be named in honor of Samuel Magezi White, who was born in Uganda and baptized at St. Paul Lutheran Church. We are sharing God's love with the gift of clean water in Samuel's native country!
Cry, Ho!The prophet proclaims, "Ho, everyone who thirsts, come to the waters; and you that have no money come, buy and eat." (Isaiah 55: 1) We, through giving a portion of what God has first given us, announce the same through our Water 2 Thrive campaign. Join us in building a well for a community in need! Join us in crying , "Ho!"
Honoring Reverend Lynnae I. Sorensen for her Ministry at Abiding Love Lutheran Church - Austin, TX – Funding CompleteWe are sharing God's love by helping bring clean water, the most basic human need, to our neighbors in rural Ethiopia. Our efforts are ongoing, to help communities grow in health, knowledge and even economically when they are provided a safe water source. Thank you for your kind and faithful support for our first five wells. Your generosity toward these communities is life-changing. Let's work together again to sponsor our 6th well!
Abiding Presence Lutheran Church – San Antonio – Funding CompleteAbiding Presence Lutheran Church, in San Antonio, Texas, has been a great supporter for wells in Ethiopia. We wish to continue supporting Water To Thrive, as we work to complete this campaign for a new well. Memorials, honorariums and just good old gifts, are crucial in an Ethiopian girl's life, so that instead of walking for hours to collect unsafe water, she can go to school and complete her education. Please join us in making a difference for another community in need. Thank you.