You can say you adopted a well, and all it takes is $12.50 a month!
We are looking for 100 people to join the Club! In joining the One Well A Month Club and committing to $12.50 a month, by December 2016 you will have been a part of a joint effort to raise $15,000 – fully funding a new Adopt-a-Well to bring clean water access and sanitation education to a new rural community in Haiti.
As a member of the One Well A Month Club, we will keep you posted on the progress of the club towards meeting its goal of adopting a well. When the club gets close to meeting the goal, you will learn what community will be selected for the club’s Adopt-a-Well and you will receive updates on that community’s engagement with Haiti Outreach.
What does it mean to create a community managed wells in rural Haiti?
Haiti Outreach’s program includes:
- Local volunteers elected and formed into a community water management committee
- Trainings to create a system that will sustain the well for as many as 20 years
- Well drilled and completed by out Haiti Outreach team
- Sanitation and hygiene education
- 2 years of monthly inspections
Consider Adopting-a-Well in Haiti!
The Haiti Outreach Adopt-a-Well Program is a very specific and concrete way YOU can make the difference in the lives of hundreds of people in one of the poorest countries in the world, not only for today, but for years to come as they maintain their well. Become a sponsor and literally save lives with clean water and sanitation education.
Haiti Outreach is committed to the vision of Haiti as developed country and devoted to helping rural Haitians have sustainable, community-managed water and sanitation facilities in their communities.
Haiti Outreach is not an ordinary charitable organization. What sets us apart is that we recognize that, for any development work to be sustainable, the solution must come from the people. Community participation and responsibility are integral and required throughout the entire life of any project. Haiti Outreach is dedicated to helping Haiti become a developed nation—building and maintaining community-initiated projects that advance their development.