Multiply Your Gift 22 Times to Save Lives!
Water is killing more people every day than all kinds of violence. A child dies every 20 seconds because of dirty water. But you can make a difference with the 22 TIMES Water Campaign. With this Food for the Hungry (FH) campaign you can multiply your gift an astounding 22 TIMES ... to provide the power of clean water to save lives!
FH has received 22x matching grants from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and other partners to help provide clean water, food and training for thousands of people in eight countries.
Because of the work you make possible, FH is a leader in transforming communities. USAID knows our resources will be stewarded responsibly to help the most people possible.
People like, Suzann, a 42-year-old mother we helped in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She and her daughter had to get up early every morning and walk a long way to collect muddy water from a river. Every day they risked snakebites (in a land where snakebites kill) – and even sexual assault along the way. Today, Suzann says:
"All the members of my family suffered from stomach ache and diarrhea ... We now have our well and its clean water for us, thanks to FH. We no longer need to lose our sleep to collect water; we do not need to walk the distance we used to; do not have these stomach aches; and this gave us more time to care for our family members and for our farm activities."
Clean water is providing better health to DRC communities.
Used for hygeine practices, clean water reduces illness.
You can build a clean water system for $2,500 – with a gift of just $114. Today your $114 gift becomes $2,508, thanks to the incredible 22 TIMES match – enough to spare entire communities from the agony of waterborne disease and unspeakable suffering! Please partner with us today to help these families in need of clean water – and watch your dollars save lives
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