Our water project costs vary depending on project type, geography, and local economies. On average, projects start at $10,000 and can cost $25,000 or more. Once you've made your gift, we'll pair it with an appropriate project (or projects).
Funding an entire water project means you’ll be recognized as the official project sponsor. But it takes time. Here's what to expect over the course of the next 21+ months.
Since we grant money bi-annually, your donation gets sent to the field in January or July.
Our partners get permits and supplies, pick sites and begin the work.
An update to let you know which country your money was sent to.
Our partners collect midterm reports and send us the information.
Our partners finish the work and train the communities about their water source.
A midterm update about the work on the ground and the progress towards completion.
Our partners collect first photos, GPS, and community information.
We receive completion reports, verify the data, and send you a report.
A water project report with GPS coordinates, photos, and population of the exact community you helped.
Here's an example of the completion report you'll receive when your project is finished.
When projects are complete, we prove every one with photos and GPS coordinates on Google Maps.
We fund a variety of different water solutions. We choose each project solution based on water availability, culture, and economic conditions. When you sponsor a project, we’ll pair your donation with a solution of an appropriate cost. These are some of our solutions:
Have questions about sponsoring a project? Please get in touch with our team.