A fundraiser from the campaign to

Build 12 Water Wells in South Sudan

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Help us partner with The Radler Foundation as we look to build 12 wells over the next 4 months in the South Sudan.  We can make a huge difference in the lives of thousands of people and for such a small amount. We are trying to raise $50,000 to build 12 wells. It is estimated that each well can provide safe drinking water for 300-400 people, so by building these 12 wells we are changing the lives of 3,600 to 5,000 people. That comes out to roughly $10 a person.

There is nothing I can do in your life or give to you that will more drastically affect your life and you're well-being then the impact of building a
water well in a place without access to clean drinking water. I am writing to you in hopes that you would partner with us on a life changing project. This is
so much more than asking for money. We asking you to help us drastically change the life of 5,000 people.

Did you know?

1) 3000 children die every day from water related illnesses

2) Women in these places will walk up to 2-3 miles just to reach water

3) For $10 you can provide clean sustainable drinking water to someone in Sudan

4) 780 million people don't have access to clean drinking water, that's 1 in 8 people worldwide

In South Sudan just like many other places in the world, women and children spend their lives working just to meet one the most basic necessities, providing clean drinking water. Women and children will wake up every day to walk 2-3 miles to reach a river or lake. Most will make this trip 2 times a day.

To make matters worse these women are walking through dangerous lands where rape, animal attacks, and sometimes weather as hot as 120 degrees greet them along the path. Then even when they reach the water it is not always safe drinking water. Many times it is contaminated with disease-causing parasites and bacteria. The results are pain, sickness, even death, especially among infants and children, but what choice do they have?

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