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This 1st time combined Walk4Water event between "RUSHians" (R.U.S.H. Students) and the experienced walkers of Henderson church of Christ was a real Blast! With activities to start and a good location right on the Commons at Freed-Hardeman, we really enjoyed being able to Walk For Water with everyone in order to continue bringing clean water to people in Haiti.
Sunday afternoons in early October usually consist of football games and naps. The North Davis group decided to do something different by spending the afternoon eating a picnic lunch and walking for a cause. The results were money raised for the people of Haiti to have access to clean water and an awareness of what life can be like for people who have to walk to get water on a daily basis. A
The trees may still be green in the south but it is definitely fall in Michigan! From beautiful views to smiling faces, walking for water is what this community is committed to doing so that those in Haiti won't have to. This was the 9th Walk4Water at Lincoln Park and still very determined to Making A Difference!
Walk4Water is suppose to help people get a feel for what most people in the world have to do to get water. The group at Brentwood Oaks not only had the privelege to walk 4 miles and carry contatiners filled with water, but also got to do it in 90 degree weather. A little glimpse into what so many people do on a daily basis. The purpose of the walk was to help remedy that for the people of Ha
The Mid-Ohio Valley came together on a Saturday in mid-October to help people they may never meet. Clean water is something most of us do not think of when mentioning how we are blessed. After walking several miles and hearing how clean water is not a given for most people in the world, those who came out to the walk had a better understanding and appreciation for clean water. The walk also
The congregation at Three Chopt is hosting their 2nd Walk4Water and would love for you to join us as we walk to make a difference! Access to clean water is something we all take for granted, but the reality for a lot of people throughout the world, clean water is not accessible. Contaminated water is usually the only source a family may be able to find water for the daily needs of drinking, cooking, bathing and cleaning. The goal for our walk is to provide a community in Haiti access to clean water. We believe the community of Richmond can make a difference and we want you to be part of it!
We walked for water in 2015 and saw wonderful benefits from that effort. Both shallow and deep wells were dug along with one well rehabilitation. The people in the areas of Tanzania were incredibly grateful. We are excited to Walk4Water again in 2017. We have an ambitious goal of $30000 for deep wells in Tanzania and Haiti. We will walk 2 miles to simulate part of the distance that many must walk to get water. Come help us provide clean life saving water for 1000’s of people.
Water. Its essential, but inconsequential, to those of us in Middle Tennessee. We're not hampered by the trouble of where or how we will obtain clean drinking water, its freely available all around us. This is why we Walk for Water. To bring the thought from the rear recesses of our mind to the forefront. To be reminded of our blessings. To be made aware of others burdens. To give following Christ's example.