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PO Box 20530

Amarillo, TX 79114

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©2019 25:35 Water is a 501(c)3 EIN: 81-4144388

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ABOUT

We are a non-profit organization that helps provide communities with clean drinking water. We are operated  by volunteers, so 100% of your donation goes to building water wells.  Since our founders lived in Uganda for some time, they were able to build strong relationships with the locals. Having those strong relationships means that we have local men and woman in Uganda who oversee the drilling of the water wells. This not only provides jobs for many Ugandans but it also gives them ownership over the water wells! Your partnership means so much to us and we promise to keep you updated on how your donations are impacting the people of Uganda!

LIFT FOR WATER

 CrossFit gyms across the country are coming together to bring clean water to villages in Uganda, Africa! For our Clean Water events, each participating athlete will get friends and family to sponsor them, then try to lift the heaviest power clean they can. Every pound counts!

Register as an athlete for one of our events or join the cause by sponsoring an athlete, below!

OUR WORK

Our goal is to one day end the water crisis in Uganda, Africa. We are a small organization that is growing rapidly. Below you will the see water wells that we have drilled since 2013. Each water well cost $10,000 to drill. The water wells listed below are named after people or organizations that funded the majority of the water well. If you would like to donate please click the link below.

LAYLA'S WELL

Mityana Hospital
2013

This water well is named after our daughter who we adopted from Uganda. While living in Uganda we went to visit the local hospital. Believe it or not, the condition of their mattresses was the least of their worries. The hospital did not have running water and the staff had to spend a lot fo their time fetching water. This took time away from their patients. We witnessed children die in the hospital while waiting for proper care. While living in Uganda, our top priority was to make sure the hospital had running water before we left. In May of 2013 the hospital had running water and it completely changed the hospital. Today the staff and patients no long have to worry about water and can focus on the comport and care of the patients.

CONTACT US

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MEET THE BOARD

KIMBERLY MATTHEWS

Co-Founder

ERIC MATTHEWS

Co-Founder

ROY PHELPS

Director

LISA PHELPS

Director

KYLE CATO

Director

CAYLA CATO

Director