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  • : New App: Impact Snapshot, now available! - The Water Project
    We think you should meet the people you are helping. In seconds, you can. Our newest tool to connect you, your giving and the people you serve is now available in the App Store and Google play. Read more about Impact Snapshot and download it for free today!  
  • : The Impact of our Monthly Donors - The Water Project
    Our incredible monthly members allow our teams to monitor and evaluate past projects to ensure they are still working. But, don’t take our word for it! Below, hear from our partner, Cornelius, in Kenya, about how monthly gifts impact ongoing work for clean, reliable water. For just $20 a month, you can join our team of monthly supporters and […]
  • : The Water Project Now Accepting Donations Using Apple Pay - The Water Project
    Concord, NH —November 14, 2016— The Water Project, a nonprofit providing clean, safe water and sanitation programs to communities in developing countries, brings supporters the ability to donate at TheWaterProject.org with Apple Pay, which is transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to donate that’s fast and convenient. Donating in apps and on websites accepting […]
  • : Q3 2016 Project Highlight - The Water Project
    When did it get to be October? Time is flying at The Water Project and thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we’re happy to report 125 water projects have been completed so far with another 25 under construction! It’s amazing what can happen when people come together! We’re changing it up third quarter and instead […]
  • : Q2 Project Highlight - The Water Project
    We can’t believe it’s almost summer! This year is flying by and thanks to your support, we have already completed 49 projects with 26 currently under construction! That’s amazing and it’s all thanks to our incredible supporters and fundraisers – folks like YOU! Our quarterly project highlight features our Southeastern Kenya WaSH program and a new well for […]
  • : Meet Nduku - The Water Project
    We’re excited to share a new story from 12 year-old Nduku Muthoka of Malaa Primary School in Kenya. Nduku’s school received a rainwater catchment system and latrines in December 2015. Learn how clean water has affected her daily life! “I no longer carry water to school since we already have a water tank. Before the tank […]
  • : Q1 2016 Project Highlight - The Water Project
    We’re excited to report 2016 is off to a great start! This quarter, The Water Project and our partners have completed 25 projects with 35 currently under construction! That’s amazing and it’s all thanks to our incredible supporters and fundraisers – YOU! Our quarterly project highlight comes to us from Chimoroni Primary School located in the […]
  • : Because of our Monthly Donors - The Water Project
    Kankalay Primary School in Sierra Leone has too many reminders of Ebola. The Water Project completed a water and sanitation project here in 2011, and the photo you see above is of the toilets installed for the school. When Ebola was at it’s worse, this whole area became a treatment center. If you look closely you’ll see where […]
  • : The Water Promise Update - The Water Project
    At The Water Project, we’ve always taken pride in being one of the first to report transparently about your specific giving impact through photos, in-depth project descriptions, stories, GPS coordinates and follow-up updates. Now we are taking another leap forward, enabling even more robust monitoring and resolution to ensure the promise of water keeps flowing. […]
  • : California Drought Inspires Fundraising for The Water Project - The Water Project
    Yarleena is 7 years old and lives in Orange County, California with her parents. Inspired by her story, The Water Project asked if she would answer some questions about her successful fundraising campaign. Yarleena raised more than $500 which helped a community in Uganda. — TWP: So, Yarleena, what made you choose water as your cause?  […]