Isaiah 41:17- "When the poor and needy search for water and there is none, and their tongues
are parched from thirst, then I, the LORD, will answer them. I, the God of
Israel, will never abandon them."
About a year ago, I really became interested in the lack of water in Africa. Luckily, I became really close to the Neal's, a family who decided that they wanted to dig a well in Chuko Weyama, Ethiopia. They have a strong connection with Chuko Weyama because their adopted son, Cruz, was born there and has family there to this day. Water in Chuko is hard to get because women after walk far distances to get it and not only that, but the water is filled with disease. So when they do get water, it just makes them sick. This well will save many lives and bring safe water to Chuko Weyama! I'm so blessed to know this family and God has seriously put it on my heart to help with their mission and I decided to act on it. I want to see them reach their amount of $193,660 as soon as possible! They're so close and need about $28,000 more dollars. So lets get on this and get some clean water to Chuko Weyama! Thank you guys for reading and I can't wait to see the outcome! If we can all reach $5,000 in at least 2 months, I really would like to raise it!! Thanks again and God Bless!
To learn more about Dig Deep you can visit the Neal's Glimmer of Hope page, http://www.aglimmerofhope.org/campaign/dig-deep.
I'm working with Glimmer to help bring clean water and sanitation to the people of Chuko Weyama, Ethiopia.
A Glimmer of Hope helps lifts women and children out of extreme poverty in rural Ethiopia. Using an entrepreneurial model it provides clean water, schools, health clinics and micro-finance loans, one village at a time. 100% of all donations go directly to funding these projects. Glimmer’s endowment covers all its operating expenses and even replaces credit card transaction fees. Every dollar donated through Glimmer reaches the people in need. Over the last 10 years, Glimmer has completed more than 5000 projects and improved 2.4 million lives.
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