charity: water Every Person in New York Poll: Bill O'Reilly
Here is a statistic that we can not shake: 663 million people on the planet do not have access to clean drinking water.
It can't be true but it is true. That's 1 in 10 people around the world.
Scott Harrison went from Manhattan nightclub promoter to charity: water founder, after a sea change that actually took place at sea, aboard one of the Mercy Ships, and after time spent in Liberia.
His goal and the goal of charity: water is to bring clean drinking water to people in developing nations. It's not a great technological challenge. Just a human one: the collective will to do it. To that end, you can make a donation, start a fundraising campaign, or support a community, or shop in their store.
Charity Navigator gives them four stars, its highest rating. For their part, charity: water promises that 100% of public donations directly fund water projects.
It was exactly ten years ago that charity: water funded its first clean water project. Keep it flowing.