Said the note left by one of our recent donors with her donation.
Help make it come true for these schoolchildren in Africa.
We are using GlobalGiving crowd funding to complete our project and we need you to help us complete it.
The Fundraiser is OPEN.
Can you give just £5 so that these children don't have to visit the local stream for water in 2021?
With just a few days remaining to the end of the Christmas crowdfunding campaign on 31st December our success means that so far we have enough funds for nine and a half borewells.
BUT WE CAN'T BUILD HALF A WELL, so we appealed for help to raise the final £1,200 needed to build the tenth borewell by clicking on the button below for that amount, and you will be taken to the GlobalGiving payment page.
If 240 of us do this we can build #ONEMOREWELL.
Please help us by donating to our project for these worthy children before the Fundraiser ends this year. .
Thank you to all those who helped us raise money and win a prize by donating on "Bonus" Day December 9 and all of you who set up a recurring monthly donation (minimum - 4 months) during the Monthly Donor Drive which ran between Monday December 14 and Friday December 18.
more Margaret Fowler returned in March 2023 to see what progress had been made since her November visit.
more Club members Rev. Margaret Fowler reports on her October visit to Kenya to see our Borewells in operation.
more Project completed - Objectives Exceeded - TEN wells built and in operation
more Fundraising exceeded expectations and we are able to fund not just the original 6 Borewells, but a total of 10 borewells in all.
more Bonus Day event - Give on December 9 and help us win a prize for the most donors to this project.
more The background to our story
more A personal reflection by Rtn. Revd. Margaret Fowler
more How we used Crowdfunding to raise the "missing" money we needed.
more A resume of the origin, support and delivery of the project
more Key conclusions we learnt from this project.
more A selection of videos taken during the project implementation at some of the schools where the wells are being dug.
back 5,500 children at 10 schools in Kenya, are benefitting from reliable, fresh, clean water for drinking, washing, cleaning, and watering of crops. This will make a huge difference to their lives for less than ten pounds per child.