As I turn 27 this February, my only birthday wish is to fund a well for one of the most impoverished regions of India. As I begin another year — of life, work, and marriage — I’m conscious that true joy comes only from loving and giving of myself to others, and I’m excited to see what the future holds. It would mean more to me than any other gesture if you’d consider partnering to raise enough to provide water for one village.
It only costs $1,000 to provide up to 2,000 people with access to clean water. 100% of your donation will go toward drilling a water well in Bihar, India, every last penny.
A bore well has the capacity to provide up to 2,000 people with clean water who would not have access otherwise. It also prevents water-borne illnesses. Water-borne illnesses are a leading cause of death in Bihar, India. You can do something about it.
Jesus’ Economy’s partner, Transformation India Movement, has already drilled over 900 wells. Each well requires an application process where key community members collectively sign that they would like a well. The application process is coordinated by church planters. You can partner with the people asking for clean water by providing the funding.
This will be one of 18 water wells that are part of Jesus' Economy's Renew Bihar, India project.
Jesus' Economy creates jobs and churches in the developing world, as well as meets basic needs—resulting in a new global, spiritual and physical economy for those that need it most. As a a non-profit charitable organization, which lives by principles, Jesus' Economy provides an online fair trade store and initiates holistic regional transformation projects. Learn more about Jesus' Economy here.
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