About our Mission for Clean Water
Wells of Life is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Christian organization whose mission is to provide rural Ugandans access to safe, clean water through the installation or restoration of sustainable borehole water wells and WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) educational programs. Thanks to our supporters, our wells are collectively serving more than 630,000 people.
Wells of Life is a Christian non-profit water development organization. We are dedicated to serving the most vulnerable people—including children and families—by partnering with rural communities to overcome water poverty.
A world where access to clean water is no longer an obstacle to living a healthy and sustainable life.
Wells of Life is a nonprofit organization that fights to provide access to clean, sustainable drinking water for the communities of Uganda. Our focus stems from the desire to improve their quality of life, one well at a time. We’re committed to using all our available resources to help them access this basic human need.
We are tackling the world-wide crisis of the shortage of clean drinking water in the spirit of Matthew 17:20: If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can move mountains. We are a group of individuals, families, schools, churches and businesses that are committed to forming in America an understanding of the dictates of John 3:18 Let us not love with words or tongue, but with actions in a specific application that is critically needed, quickly accomplished, immediately verifiable and effective, and easily replicated to scale. A child dies in East Africa from the ill effects of contaminated water every 21 seconds. One child in five dies before reaching his or her fifth birthday of causes directly attributable to the ingestion of contaminated water, even though God's clean, life-saving, sight-preserving water is only a few dozen yards directly under their feet.
When you give Clean Water you give
Time, Opportunity, Education, and Empowerment.
When a community receives clean water, they are given the resources of health, hygiene, and time to create a more sustainable society.