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Our trip to Africa in July was a life changing experience not only for our team, but more importantly, for the amazing people that we were able to help. This video represents more than just a clean water project for us. It represents a new way of life for the people in the village of Apetor. It represents life, health, and happiness. Something that every person living on this planet deserves.
This trip has forever changed the way we think at People Water. It gave us a sense of urgency, and the amazing feeling that what we are doing is saving lives.
None of this would have been possible without the help, love, and support of YOU. It has been so amazing watching this movement grow from a simple idea into something that is so powerful. We had the desire to help, but without the support of you, this idea would have been just that, an idea. These villages would still be without clean water, and would still be forced to drink from their previous contaminated water source, so we thank you!
We know that we have so much work to do, and we are fully committed to our cause. Please continue to support our movement, and together, we can and will change the world.
A big thanks to our amazing friends and partners at Generosity Water for their help in making this project a reality. Please visit and support their cause @ www.generositywater.com
-The People Water Team
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Set up a meeting with USF senate today. We are very excited to bring People Water to USF and have our students join the movement. These awesome peeps help build and sustain clean water sources around the world. Check them out at PeopleWater.com. We all need water to survive - this water is tasty and saves lives at the same time. How rad is that? Smart Water can’t do that. People Water can. Go get some!
This is AWESOME.
Right now we’re in Ghana building wells creating a sustainable source of water to those who desperately need it!
Thank you to those who have helped,
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