Set up your own campaign to fund a new water well!
Click on the link below. The site takes you through the steps.
OTHER Ways YOU can become a fundraiser
and help Water4Life Mozambique provide clean, safe water to villages:
1. Hold a coin drive in your school, office, place of worship, club or other location where lots of people would see the display. Consider using a giant water jug as the place for people to place their coins. Make sure to include a poster or banner to explain why you are raising money. Let us know and we can download our logo/photos to you. email@example.com
2. Organize a car wash. 3. Have a bake sale.
4. Simulate the walk that many Mozambicans have to make daily (many of them do this twice a day) to fetch water. Gather several 5 gallon containers and fill with water, each participant must carry the filled container without spilling water over the set distance, maybe the length of a soccer field for a shorter distance or 5 miles (8 KM) for a longer one.
5. Set up a giving fair at your place of worship or school or community center. Host a table with fact sheets and signs about the water crisis in Mozambique. Provide people with an opportunity to learn more and to make a donation.
6. Hold a rummage sale.
7. Hold Fundraising parties where the gifts are funds for a new well.
8. Provide a service, such as gardening or housework, to others and donate what you earn towards a new well.
9. Promote new water well to your service groups.
10. Take up collections in your church groups. 11. Add Water4Life Mozambique to your Facebook and Twitter communities.
12. Hold a birthday party with appetizers and cake. Ask friends to come and give a donation towards Water4Life Mozambique in the amount of whatever age you will be on your birthday. Provide a box in which they can put their donations. Use your ideas! Make it fun!
.Organize a Mission Trip! Experience the life/culture of a Mozambican village by organizing a group of people (church or club) to join with you in a "Hands-On" mission trip.
See firsthand the joy and hope on the faces of the village children when pure water floods their lives.