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Join the Challenge!

by Jim Pitkin

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For just $3 a day for 15 days together we can bring clean water to a whole community in need!

CLEAN WATER SAVES LIVES. 

THANK YOU FOR HELPING US FUND WATER SYSTEMS IN GUATEMALA FOR THREE HOSPITALS TREATING COVID-19 PATIENTS.  

YOU ARE HELPING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE

LIVES OF THOSE IN NEED.  

GOD BLESS YOU!


In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, God is giving Living Water World Missions the opportunity to provide clean water at regional hospitals in Guatemala responding to this crisis.  Clean water and the saving grace of Jesus Christ are needed now more than ever, and we can only continue this work with your support!  So, this year we are focusing our 100 Family Challenge on the immediate need for clean water in communities impacted by COVID-19.



THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THIS CAMPAIGN.  


If 100 donors (individuals or families) give $3 a day for 15 days then we can install a water purification system for a regional hospital responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in Guatemala.  Our goal is to fund THREE LWWM systems for three different regional hospitals in Guatemala.  Clean water is essential always - but especially in the midst of a public health crisis - and we want to do what we can to help our partners in Guatemala meet this need.   Matthew 25:40 says that whatever we do for others who are in need, we do it for Jesus who gave Himself up for each of us. 



From May 1 to May 15, join us in donating $3 a day for 15 days and invite three (or more) friend to do the same. 


To take part, click on the "Become a Fundraiser" button above and create your own fundraising page and make your contribution.  When you sign up you can join a fundraising team or participate as an individual.  You can even create your own team to invite your friends to join too.  Then you can spread the word about the 100 Family Challenge and invite others to join in!  




The clean water doesn’t just prevent water-born illnesses.  It brings improved educational opportunities because kids miss school due to illness less often.  It provides employment and skills for those who operate the system.  It means greater earning potential for adults who miss work less because they are healthier.   It preserves more family resources because less money is spent on getting clean water from commercial establishments.  In some places it has even resulted in decreased deforestation because firewood is not used to boil water to make it safe to drink.  And you can help bring all these benefits to a community in Guatemala for just $3 a day for 15 days.  

How would you like to support?

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