SERV Well Campaign
January 13th, 2015 by Jim Vinyard
More than 1.1 billion people in developing countries have inadequate access to water.
This is more than a statistic to SERV International; it is a reality.
There is a village two hours drive from the nearest town out in the Northwestern desert of Kenya called Nabuskaal. These people make up part of that 1.1 billion without access to clean water. For generations they have walked 10 miles each way to a dirty river for water.
SERV International exist to give people the opportunity to make a difference through FOOD | WATER | SHELTER | LIFE. Our feeding programs open the door to build relationships with villages such as Nabuskaal.
What makes SERV different is we don’t stop there. We build relationships and connections with these communities to provided resources they need to provide for themselves. No one should lack access to a basic necessity such as clean water.
We are running a campaign till the end of January to drill a well in this village.
We estimate it to cost of the well to be $30,000. We have already raised about $20,000!
Join our campaign to raise the other $10,000 to end the generations of people walking 10 miles for dirty river water.
We have successfully drilled 3 wells in other similar villages and are looking forward to drilling the 4th this spring if we can raise the last bit of money before the end of January.
Go to the DONATION page and click on the SERV Well button to donate directly to this well. Any donation helps and sharing this campaign brings awareness to the desperate needs of these people.
You can make a difference in the lives of this village.