Join Thomas in support of Help bring clean water to children one drop at a time

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How do you make sure your wells are clean and well cared for?
We appoint a committee in every village we help that is committed to keeping the well clean and safe. This includes building a wall surrounding the well, in order to keep animals and other sources of contamination out.
How do you locate well sites?
We work with an organization, Concern For The Girl Child, that educates young girls at risk. Because CGC (Concern For the Girl Child) educates girls all over Uganda, villages that need water are easily identified.
How much does each well cost?
It varies, depending on access and difficulty finding clean water. But generally, each well costs between 10-15,000.
How do I help?
You can easily set your own personal page and raise money on behalf of Drop by clicking the green join the team button to the left. After filling out your page, you can upload a photo and then reach out to your social circles for donations using our social media and email tools!
How do I learn more about the Drop Foundation?
Please go to www.dropfoundation.org to learn more about the work we have done!

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Tom Todaro - Daughter's water foundation

Hello All.

As some of you know my daughter tries to raise money and coordinate digging one well per year in Uganda. She has 4 completed and is time for the 5th.

I help by hitting people up for money. Bonus points if you forward to others.

Please go to www.dropfoundation.org if you want to learn more about the work she is doing or click video link.

Cheers
Tom

About the Drop Foundation

Drop2Our goal is to raise enough money to dig one well a year. We would like to dig a well in every village in Uganda. The government in Uganda is helping us to identify one site a year where we can build a well and a library. The library in Kamira that we opened 2 summers ago is the first library housed in a primary school in all of Uganda.

Learn more about the Drop Foundation by going to www.dropfoundation.org.

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