Become a Source Supporter Today!
EVERY GIFT MATCHED FOR 2017! Begin giving monthly and all your gifts will be doubled until Dec 31.
Source Supporters are a special group of individuals who give monthly to ensure that our work in Uganda is continually possible.
By becoming a Source Supporter, you’re making a commitment to ACTS as the source of all the life-giving work we do. You know that delivering pipes, tap stands and clean water means ongoing expenses, and you want to ensure that our work is sustainable over many years to come. You know that water is life. And you know that clean water means a better life for Ugandan men, women and children who have have spent too long burdened by waterborne illnesses and unnecessary labour.
Given reliably, even small amounts can have a big impact, freeing us to make a lasting difference in the lives of thousands, maybe millions of Ugandans.
Make a decision to give monthly, today. Join this exclusive group and become a Source Supporter.
When you become a Source Supporter:
- You’ll provide us with a continuous flow of support, a reliable stream that will be used to reach as many Ugandans as possible.
- You’ll receive special stories just for Source Supporters, less pitches, and you won’t have to remember to mail in a cheque.
- You’ll be a member of our team, joining with us in our goal to bring every single Ugandan access to clean water.
Given reliably, even small amounts can have a big impact on our work, freeing us to make a lasting difference in the lives of thousands, maybe millions of Ugandans. You can help us make this happen.
Commit to a monthly gift today. Become a Source Supporter.
“I love how this project affects everything in people’s lives. It’s not only fresh water: it affects their education, it affects the girls, it affects everyone who lives around them.”
“In our western world, we’re so affluent, we have so much. I wondered what I could do to help… I’m not a millionaire or anything, but it was something small.”
“I trust ACTS because they’re really transparent about the work that they do in Uganda. They also have a really long track record, over 20 years, working with water in Uganda.”
“Water was the reason I went into engineering. I was always amazed by how water was so essential to life.”