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Give clean water to a village in South Sudan

Alexandra Grant

May 5, 2013

Every year, millions of people die from inadequate sanitation and contaminated water. They are some of the deadliest killers out there, yet they’re also some of the most preventable. South Sudan is currently suffering from a severe water crisis, which is coming on the heels of over 40 years of civil war. Not only is there a shortage of water, but what is available is often contaminated and dirty as well. The already war-ravaged country is now suffering from widespread internal conflict, disease and death as a result of this water crisis.

That’s why Caitlin Stewart is running with a purpose.

Caitlin is running Vancouver’s BMO Marathon on May 5th to help raise $2,000 for our water well drilling efforts in South Sudan.

For every kilometer she runs, a mere $50 is needed to reach her goal.

Every bit helps. Before May 5th, be a part of the change – 100% of your donation goes directly to our water well drilling efforts, driving immediate change to where it’s needed most.

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