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You can fund an entire project or make a smaller donation which we will use to help carry out our mission of providing clean, safe drinking water to people in need. All donations are tax deductible and can be made either electronically via the Donate Now Button below or you can write a check and send it with this PDF form to: Wells for Life®, P.O. Box 860064, Shawnee, KS 66286.

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Water Camp

As I write its 2:30am in India and a warm and balmy 83 but feels like 99 degree night/wee hours of the morning day and yes, you ask, the humidity, it’s 83%. For those in the US that live in the South this is typical summer weather and for India the same. The difference however is power cuts throughout the day and no air conditioning in many of the businesses and homes, especially in the rural areas. Resultantly it’s no wonder that requests come for financial assistance in order that Summer Relief Water Camps can be set up at different places and times during the year. Each camp costs around $1250 for the week which isn’t too bad but not free either. Thankfully I was able to support a couple of these in 2 different towns in Southern India and have included some photos from the most recent camp. When you support Wells for Life this is one such initiative that we take up throughout the year as we seek to make an impact in the communities we serve. More than ever your support is needed. With summer heat and a lack of monsoons, many places in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Karnataka are suffering due to water scarcity. Our project partners are waiting for the green light to take up projects but without your giving the light remains red. Consider supporting a water project and help us bring lasting relief, not temporary but permanent, through a hand pump water project in a needy village. One time gift or automatic monthly giving is easy to set up, just... read more

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Bringing water to a rural village which is suffering from water scarcity or lacks water suitable for drinking is a very affordable investment especially when you consider the return.

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