Deep Water Well


Deep Water Well
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Build a deep water well

“When a person dies, his deeds come to an end, except for three: ongoing charity (Sadaqah Jariyah), knowledge that is benefited from, and a righteous child who prays for him.” (Muslim)

£770 - Install a deep water well for a whole community

Install a deep water well in a drought-hit community, helping to transform and protect a village.

485,000 people die every year, just from diarrhoea from drinking unclean water, and 2 million people use a drinking water source that’s contaminated by faeces.

When you provide a deep-water well, you give the gift of clean water to people affected by drought, ensuring they no longer go thirsty, or drink unclean water, and can grow crops to feed their families.

You’ll also help to protect them against unclean water, waterborne diseases, and the spread of COVID-19.

Not only does a water well transform and protect a community, it’s a Sadaqah Jariyah that continues to bless the giver for as long as it’s in use. You can even donate a water well on behalf of a loved one, and they’ll reap the endless rewards of this charity – even after they are gone.

We’re currently installing water wells in drought-hit villages in all the countries in which we work. Donate, and we’ll make sure it gets to the village that most needs it.

Once complete, we’ll send you a report so you know all about the village you transformed. We’ll even send you photos of the well, and of the plaque which bears your name or the name of your loved one.

Transform a community for generations to come

When you give £770, you’ll be directly responsible for transforming life for many people for years to come. Every time a resident is able to drink clean water, grow a plant, feed an animal, or work instead of spending their day fetching water, that will be your blessed legacy.

Reap the ongoing blessings of this impactful project. Donate today.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our deep water well projects could take up to 12 months to be completed.