October Updates from Choose Water!

New beginnings and incredible results: Opening a Choose Water office space in Chipata, Zambia is a strategic move that will greatly enhance effectiveness in the Eastern Province. Most of our efforts are located in that region, giving us a central hub from which to operate. While Choose Water is doing work all across Zambia, this new space is EXCITING because our support staff has a place to meet and game plan that is central to where the most work is being done. This will also serve as a space for editing and producing content so that Well Sponsors can correspond …

An Inspiring Message from the Craig Family!

These two young ladies have been an inspiration to us all. They put aside $5 for every birdie they hit during their golf season, and $50 for every hole-in-one! They ended up raising over $300 for Choose Water and that makes a big difference in getting the next well drilled. Right now we’re working hard toward funding for the Steadman Village, so please do what you can to support us. Whether you sign up for monthly donations or know of an organization that could help fund Choose Water, any support is always welcome. Please reach out and we’d love to …

Steadman Village – Day 3!

  We have some pictures here of Steadman Village, and we hope you’ll take a close look at the conditions there. Before Choose Water builds a well, this is what water collection looks like.

Steadman Village – Day 2!

This week, we want to profile a village that we are going to be giving water this year, along with the story of the donors that are going to provide the money for safe, clean water. This is Steadman Village: Today we want to show you the school group that is giving clean water to Steadman Village this year. The 4th Grade class from Presbyterian Day School in Memphis, TN (www.pdsmemphis.org) funded the well for Steadman Village. Here’s an excerpt from one child’s assessment of the work they did to give clean water to this village in Zambia: “ While …

Steadman Village – Day 1

  This week, we want to profile a village that we are going to be giving water this year, along with the story of the donors that are going to provide the money for safe, clean water. This is Steadman Village: Steadman Village is a relatively large village of 650 people. They have a primary school (grades 1-6) located within the village. It hosts children from all the surrounding villages as well. They currently drink water from a hand-dug holes 15-20 feet deep. The main water source is about 1.5 kilometers (more than 1 mile) from the school and village …