WFU Hydrating Humanitate 2024

Sponsored by Hydrating Humanitate, a WFU Student Org.

Support This Project
$648
Since March 05
  • Burke St Pub $500 Burke St Pub - $500
  • Tshirts 1 $123 Tshirts 1 - $123
  • Addie Engle $10 Addie Engle - $10
  • Anonymous $5
  • Anonymous $10
5 Contributors
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Days Remaining
Ends June 30

All donations are securely processed by PayPal™ and 100% of your support goes directly to clean water projects, maintenance & hygiene education.

This spring our fundraising goal is $7,500! We are so excited to make a difference in a countless number of lives, but we can not do it without YOUR help! Thank you so much for supporting Hydrating Humanitate, Hydrating Humanity, and clean and safe water for those of us who do not have access to it!

ABOUT US

Hydrating Humanitate is a Wake Forest University Student Organization that is working to combat the water-borne illness crisis in Eastern Africa. As reflected in our name, HH at Wake Forest seeks to serve in the grand spirit of "Pro Humanitate." Found on the national hydratinghumanity.org website, "Our mission is to help the poorest areas of the world obtain real and lasting transformation at every level. This begins with meeting the fundamental need for clean water, and helping improve their physical, financial and spiritual lives along the way. We believe the most impactful spearhead into these communities is clean, safe water projects and hygiene education."

PREVIOUS RESULTS

Hydrating Humanitate’s Impact:*

2013 - $4,200 (Sponsored 1 Spring Well)
2014 - $10,281 (Sponsored 1 Spring and 1 Hand-dug Well)
2015 - $12,814 (Sponsored 3 Spring Wells)
2016 - $5,969 (Sponsored 1 Spring Well)
2017 - $6,305 (Sponsored 2 Spring Wells)
2018 - $13,332 (Sponsored 2 Hand-Pumped Wells)
2019 - $7,692 (Sponsored 2 Spring Wells)
2020 - annual events canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2021 - annual events canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2022 - $4,656 (Sponsored 1 Spring Well)
2023 - $5,749 (Sponsored 1 Spring Well)

*Spring Well: Costs $3,000 / Supports 250 people
*Hand Dug Well: Costs $6,000 / Supports 450 people
*Deep Bore Well: Costs $10,000 / Supports 1,000 people

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