Find a Walk
* This event is private and is restricted for the students only. *
Signal Mountain Middle/High School 6th and 9th grade classes are sponsoring this Walk4Water event. They are studying the importance of water to early civilizations and how these early civilizations began around river valleys. They are also looking at how water is still important to humanity today and how they can help others obtain what we take for granted.
They are asking that their friends, family, and neighbors help support their walk by donating $16.60. That is what it costs to give 10 people water for life. Students will not be collecting any money but rather asking you to give straight to Healing Hands on this website.
On Saturday, September 8, 2018, the Clinton Street church family will host its 7th annual Walk4Water event. As a result of God's good grace, twelve clean water wells have been provided since 2012 and we are excited to partner with Him in funding another well.
Wow! We had such a great time out on this day and beautiful weather! From walking to carrying jerry cans and winning prizes we really enjoyed getting to spend the morning together celebrating what it means to be able to provide clean water for people in Haiti. And from this day alone we have been able to put in at least 3 wells! Hoorah!!
Please join us for the fifth annual Bowling Green area Walk4Water. We walk four miles, the average distance women and children walk for water in developing countries. The walk raises awareness and funds to drill and repair clean water wells in Haiti.
Walk4Water was brought to the Bowling Green, KY area by the late Grant Cline, who was appalled that thousands of people die daily due to lack of access to clean drinking water. His dream was for the people of Bowling Green and the surrounding counties to bring wells to villages in Haiti. We have raised over $140,000 in our previous four walks.
We walk for the Haitian people, in Grant’s memory, to the glory of God. “We walk, so they don’t have to.”
The walk is hosted for the fifth year by Greenwood Park Church of Christ.
Please join us on September 22nd at Charlie Daniels Park as “we walk so they don’t have to!” We will meet at Charlies Daniels (Pavilion 3 and 4) at 9:30am for t-shirt handout! At 10am, we will walk to raise awareness and funds for those who walk miles everyday for clean water. Our goal is to raise $7500 — the approximate cost of a new well. A well gives immediate access to clean water to a community in desperate need. You can help us by giving on our event page or giving at the event.
For the second year in a row on RUSH weekend, Freed-Hardeman University and the Henderson church of Christ will be hosting a Walk4Water event. Henderson Church of Christ is hosting their 5th Walk4Water! With more than 2,000 middle and high school students on campus, all seeking to serve God and His people, what better time is there to shed light on such an important issue?
We invite you to join RUSH participants, FHU students, members from the Henderson Church of Christ and people from the community on September 29, 2017, as we walk four miles to raise awareness of the very basic need for clean water. In addition to the walk, a special contribution will be taken up for W4W on Sunday morning, September 30; our goal is to raise $7,500 for a new well in Haiti.
Join us for the first walk in the Dothan area. The goal of our walk is to help bring people in Haiti, access to clean water. We can do that by joining together to raise awareness and also raise funds. The slogan for Walk4Water is "We Walk, They Triumph" and that is exactly what we plan to do on Sunday afternoon, September 30th.
Lincoln Park church of Christ has been involved with Walk4Water for the last 9 years because we wanted to help those who are in need. This year we are hosting our 10th walk and we are wanting to make this a group effort and we are calling it the Down River Walk4Water.
It's tough in this country to think that people have to drink dirty, filthy water. It is hard to imagine men, women, and children dying because of it. So that is why we got involved, to help make a difference. Sometimes we have the mindset of, "If it's dirty, then why are you going to put it in your mouth." When it is your only option... do you pass it up? do you go without? No, because you need it!! And that is why Walk4Water is something that we continue to do because we have an opportunity to help those in need. We want to encourage you to join us in this fight to bring clean water to the country of Haiti. Register today and look forward to seeing you on the 13th of October.
Join us for our 3rd Annual Mid Ohio Valley Walk 4 Water! Last year we had participants from all over the MOV walking 4 miles, raising awareness and funds to sponsor a clean water well in Haiti. Let's join together again for this cause and change the world one step at a time.
For the past 5 years we have gathered at Brentwood Oaks to walk 4 miles to raise money for water wells and repair of existing wells in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Haiti We do this because we care about God's people all over the world. What better way to teach them about the love of Jesus than through clean water. Drilling two wells can save as many as 7,000 people from sure death. We have visited Haiti and seen what an impact a clean water well can make. We have witnessed women and children walking miles for water that is contaminated. We want to be the hands and feet of Jesus for people who need clean water all over the world. Join us for a 4 mile walk on our beautiful 40-acre property. Stay for dinner & celebrate with us after the walk!!
Oregon State University Christian Center is hosting its first ever Walk 4 Water. Why? Two reasons: First, clean water can transform a community suffering from a draught. Second, sacrificial giving can unite and transform Corvallis by giving us the opportunity to love our neighbors, both in Corvallis and across the globe. People from all walks of life and faith backgrounds are invited to come and give to a good cause. Details:
When: 10 am-12 pm ish.
What: We will walk 2 miles from Avery Park to the Willamette River, fill up jugs of Water to simulate walking for water in Haiti, then return to Avery Park.
What to bring: Cash or check book to donate money.
Goal: Drill one well in Haiti, $7500
We walked for water in 2015 and 2017 and saw amazing results and wonderful benefits from those efforts. Both shallow and deep wells have been dug along with two wells being rehabilitated. The people in the areas of Tanzania and Haiti are incredibly grateful. We are excited to Walk4Water again in 2018. We have an ambitious goal of $25000 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.