Build A Well, Build A Community

Access to water has the power to create safe and sustainable communities. Providing access to safe water can create more opportunities for education, lead to economic prosperity, better agriculture, and improved health.
The Global Water Crisis is one of the leading causes of death due to water-borne diseases.

An estimated two million people die every year from diarrhea-related diseases. Children, especially those under the age of five, are prone to be the most vulnerable to water-borne diseases.

Access to clean water and adequate sanitation substantially decreases the mortality rates among children.

785 million

people lack access to clean water

3.4 million

die each year from water, sanitation and hygiene-related diseases

200 million

hours is spent every day hauling water 

Every 21 secs

a child dies from a water-related diseases

Build a well for them. Change their future, today.

No matter how small the amount, contribute to a well.

Build a well, one drop at a time.

The Process

Donate the amount to the country you wish to build your well in.

Depending on the location of your well, in 12 months time, you will receive a full report on your well.

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Sadaqah Jariyah 

The gift that keeps giving

Sadaqah Jariyah is an Islamic gift that provides a chain of long term benefits. Water is a gift of life.
As Muslims, it is our duty to help those in need.

The best charity is giving water to drink.

– Prophet Muhammad ﷺ


Building a well is considered Sadaqah Jariyah due to the sustainability it creates for generations to come.

Providing clean water helps prevent water-borne diseases from spreading to entire communities.

Providing accessibility to clean water helps us to protect women and children who have to travel 2-5 kilometers a day just to fetch water.

Providing water allows farmers to improve their agriculture and livestock.

Build a well, build a community.

Start your crowdfunding campaign and create a wave of impact in a community.