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Dirty Water Means Poverty, Sickness and Death

In Sub-Saharan Africa, most rural people spend 3+ hours a day, collecting small amounts of dirty water. In rural settings it is traditionally women and girls who walk for their family’s water supply. Each bucket can weigh 40- 80lbs and is normally carried on top of the head. At the end of the day, a woman’s opportunity in education or small business is entirely inhibited by collecting water that may cause disease.  A water well gives a community easy access to clean, reliable water.  It prevents disease and death, and gives people the foundation they need to thrive.

 

 

THE REASON WE WALK

We Walk So They Won’t

 

This year Brittany's Dream is asking people all over our community to raise money and awarness by walking for water on April 3! You can walk as an individual, family, churh group, or any other organization.  Ask family and friends to sponsor you on a 5K/3M walk.  The money and awareness that you raise by joining our WE WALK Challenge will provide clean water wells in remote African villages. 

 

THE REASON WE WALK

THE CHALLENGE

THE GOAL

We Will Make A Difference...EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS

We encourage each participant to raise $100.  Find sponsors to commit to your final goal and you will provide water for 20 people.  For as little as $5 ONE PERSON can have abundant, clean water for up to 20 years