Instead of asking for wedding gifts, Emilio and Alyssa are asking for donations to bring clean water to families in India!
Meet Pickle the Pug! Pickle is trying to raise enough money to bring clean water to 10 families in Orissa, India.
The incredible Ride for Water team biked across the United States to help raise support and awareness for clean water.
To celebrate her birthday this year, Ashley is fundraising for charity: water. She's offered to doodle the name of every person who donates to her campaign and then to her blog -- doodles for water.
Give the gift of clean water.
Just 20 dollars can provide a person with clean drinking water.
charity: water opened a drop-off donation center at the Soho Grand to collect essential supplies for families hardest hit by hurricane Sandy. Open 11/6 + 11/7
This little guy is using an adorable YouTube video to share his big idea--raising 3K in 6 dollar increments. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50bjxiB41iA=youtu.be
Dani is giving up Chipotle until she raises 5K for charity: water. Paull offered to donate 100 dollars for eating a burrito in front of her!
Susquehanna University student Brian Maehl is making clean water a top priority while also juggling his studies and activities. Brian started up a charity: water club on campus that fundraises for clean water. This month, the club hosted their own charity: ball.
On mycharitywater.org you can run, dance, give up birthday presents or just raise money to fund clean water projects for communities in need.
Teacher Andrew McKenzie agreed to turn his white mustache bright blue if students raised 200 dollars for charity: water
William and Tori wouldn't get engaged until they raised 5K for a well. They reached their goal and she said yes!
William and Tori won’t get engaged until they raise 5 thousand dollars for a well. People have done some crazy things to raise money for charity: water, but we’ve never met anyone courageous enough to leave such an important milestone up to a bunch of strangers.
Tim and Clay are paddle boarding for clean water. Paddle your way around the country, sell candy with your school, bake cookies — there’s no limit to what you can do for clean water!
Allison Jean is a photographer from Brownwood, Texas. She auctioned off art, crafts and photographs to raise funds for water projects. She exceeded her goal and raised about sixteen hundred dollars — all for clean water!
Give up your birthday, run a race, shave your moustache...grow a moustache! You can do anything to fundraise for water.
On mycharitywater.org you can dance, bike, give up birthday presents or just raise money to fund water projects for communities in need.
When Timmy Ho heard about the water crisis, he wanted to do something meaningful — so he gave up all alcoholic beverages for a year or until he raised one thousand dollars.
The Hollands are moving from San Francisco to Portland and raising money for clean water along the way.
"I used to tell people that I wanted to work for charity: water when I grew up. But now I think we might be able to fix this and there might not be a water crisis when I'm old enough to work." --Ella
"To honor this cause I will get a tattoo of a Jerry can on my right arm. I don't have any other tattoos" --Michael