Join us as we walk together in downtown Indianapolis to raise awareness and funds to bring safe water to the 3,000 villagers of Kager, Kenya. It’s a 3-mile walk from the American Legion Mall to the Indpls Water Canal and back…with a 5-gallon bucket of water on your head.
Helping bring near-by access to safe water to 3,000 people in the village of Kager in western Kenya…Hoosiers helping Africans…because WE CAN and WE ARE CALLED.
Today, most of us woke up to a clean glass of water, a warn shower and a flushing toilet. Today, over 1 BILLION people across the world lack access to clean water. They walk miles a day to fetch water…sometimes from a dirty and contaminated river or pond. This can be changed. YOU CAN HELP.
Every day, the children and women of Kager village fetch water up to 3 miles. Join the Walk For Water and gain just a small taste of what it’s like to shoulder this burden day after day. For ONE DAY, walk in the shoes of a 12-year old Kenyan girl. MOVE FROM AWARENESS TO ACTION.
Centered in the loving ministry of Jesus, the vision of the Jubilee Village Project is to bring hope, opportunity and liberty to villages around the world through sustainable community transformation.
Special thanks go to the Walk For Water’s Corporate Partners whose generous support makes it possible for 100% of every contribution to be used to fund a Community Safe Water System for the 500 households of Kager village:
It's hard for one person working alone to make a dint in ending world poverty. But when we work together, we can Change The World, One Village At A Time.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE by participating in the 2013 Walk For Water:
WALK as in individual, family or team
VOLUNTEER the day of the Walk
DONATE and support a Walker
WHERE: Starts at American Legion Mall in Downtown Indianapolis
WHAT: 3-mile walk with a 5-gallon bucket of water (just like millions of women and children do every day in Africa)
WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, July 27, 2013
WHO: We need 200 Walkers to walk and raise money to bring safe water to the villagers of Kager, Kenya
WHY: Our goal is to raise $100,000 in this year's Walk to help fund the completion of a Community Safe Water System for the 3,000 people of Kager, Kenya.
The Walk For Water is sponsored by the Jubilee Village Project. To learn more about the Project, visit www.jubileevillage.org
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