Global Water Foundation: Africa Needs Help With Clean Drinking Water
Elevate Christian Network :: Global Humanitarians
The Global Water Foundation is a non-profit organization with a mission to deliver clean water and sanitation to the world’s neediest communities. The organization was founded in 2005 by professional tennis player Johan Kriek after he attended meetings of the World Economic Forum in Cape Town, South Africa.
All Global Water Foundation projects and projects have the same goal: to help make the world a better place, a healthier place, a safer place and ultimately a place of peace and prosperity.
All donations to them goes to support the following:
Project Funding: The Global Water Foundation will use donations to help fund projects in line with the objectives of the Foundation.
Service Funding: Donations applied to service funding will help cover large-scale or particular service contracts where more than one organization is involved, and where pro-rata payments are needed.
Core Funding: This funding is applied to cover costs of the Foundation’s core functions, including the development and maintenance of its body of expertise and administration and training requirements.
- For the latest updates, news and information, visit GWF online at: http://www.globalwaterfoundation.org
Social Media Comments:
I feel so strongly about providing clean drinking water for Africa and growing their economy.
Everyone out there join #therippleeffect and help provide clean drinking water to the people in Africa. We can make it, we can make a change
@kazey Africa a a whole has a clean drinking water problem. It is directly linked to poor health and bad governance. Effect and cause.
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