Imagine believing you would die before your community could drink clean water—burdened by an entire life of suffering. This is the reality for families in Terre Noire, Haiti. Follow their journey for water through this gallery. Then visit water.cc/water.
When you support the life-giving work of local Living Water International staff in Haiti, now the impact of your gift will be doubled thanks to Generosity Water! Every dollar you give in response to our work in Haiti will become $2 simply because Generosity Water wants to restore more hope—in Haiti and around the world!
Thank you for helping us celebrate mothers like Mercilia in Haiti. Now that her community has access to safe water, she can spend more time enjoying her family rather than struggling to provide for their basic needs. Read her story to see the transformation of Mercilia's village.
With a new well and the support of local Living Water International staff, FanFan has hope for future generations. Read more about the legacy of hope he—and other mothers and fathers in Haiti—can now pass along.
You might say Jack Vaughn is Living Water Haiti's founding father. He first encountered Haiti nearly 15 years ago while accompanying volunteer doctors offering AIDS relief and began persuaded Living Water to follow him into a well-rehabilitation strategy there. Jack's persistent encouragement wouldn't allow us to forget our Haitian neighbors.
More than 250 runners in Team Living Water jerseys took to the streets of St. Louis in April and raised over $80,000 for Living Water International. And today—National Running Day—we want to celebrate them!
For Father's Day, what could be manlier than drilling wells? Meet John Maina, Living Water Uganda's Lead Driller. John operates machines to save lives. This Father's Day, invite your dad to help a guy like John save women and children.
Calling all collegiate Houstonians! We need your face to help us promote this year's 10 Days campaign! Join us for a photo shoot this Thursday at Living Water International's HQ in Stafford, Texas — one way you can serve the thirsty without ever leaving your city!
In the oral cultures where we serve, we believe in sharing biblical accounts—viewed as creative expressions of God's character—as a natural way to extend an invitation into living water, the gospel of Jesus Christ. This focus on oral storytelling—known around the world as Orality—is one facet of our Christian Witness strategy. Watch the short video above for an introduction to our storytelling efforts.
Inspired by another child advocate a few years her senior, Hattie, a kindergartener at Bessie Ellison Elementary School, wondered what she could do to offer clean water, too. She decided to write and sell poems door-to-door in her neighborhood! We love her resourcefulness and the power of her words.