Adopt a Village

Have you ever thought about adopting a village?

Friends who are in the process of adopting commented to me that they are excited about the cycling4water project.  At best we can adopt 2 maybe 3 children, but this way we can adopt a whole village and provide a well that will help hundreds of kids.”Dirty water

As  of today we have 25 wells covered or pledged, 35 to go. What would it take to have 60 pledged by the time we finish?

It would take 35 people to say, “I want to adopt a village by providing a well that will save lives and transform the community.” You could do it all yourself, or even better get your friends involved by asking them to help save lives and transform a community.IMG_3297If you would like to take on a well, or are considering it and have questions, we would be delighted to help answer your questions and give you some ideas on how to move ahead. Email us at cycling4water@gmail.com

Just think, you could adopt a village and transform a whole community!

 

One thought on “Adopt a Village”

  1. I continue to check-in everyday to read your blog , view your pictures and keep- up with your travels. I messaged you back when you were in Northern ON.
    This week I spent a day with some women at a Sole Hope Party. We are making shoes for children in Africa to help with the Jigger infections.
    http://www.solehope.org.
    I am an amputee and was amazed by Terry Fox’s Marathon. I met him when he ran by Wawa. I have been to the Statue in Thunder Bay,.
    Cycling for Water came to my attention as I attend All Nations Church here in Sudbury, You were immediately on my Prayer list,
    When Melissa who also is from ANC talked about Sole Hope several months ago I knew this was something I could be a part of. first of all as a way to help a very good & productive cause and also if I could help
    save some child from becoming an amputee even better.
    May God continue to Bless you and keep sending the amazing people to help you on you Journey.
    Marlaine

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