The TapStand2020-02-25T10:14:44+00:00

08.06.20 321 Thursday

It's been a crazy and eventful month for us here at Acts for Water. As Covid-19 continues to dominate world headlines, the team and I have been busy focusing our efforts on helping communities in Uganda respond to the ongoing crisis. We are so grateful for you, our community, who has rolled through the punches with us as we all adjust to the unknown. With that being said, we still have so much going on in the field and want to keep you connected with the impact your support is creating.

Give10 Intro Post

By committing to 1 year of $10/month (the equivalent of a Netflix or Spotify subscription) donors will bring a lifetime of fresh, clean water to a child who currently goes without.

TapStand: Part 3

You were there to help us deliver clean water, when it mattered most for Julius. For me, for our staff, and of course, for him and his community, this means the world. Thank you.

TapStand: Part 1

These past few months have felt like a whirlwind for us.  We want to pause and share with you where we have been, how we are responding right now, and where we are heading.  We feel that it is important to share this with you—now more than ever—because you are part of this journey.  Thanks for making this journey possible.

TapStand: Part 2

We knew that plans had to change so that we could support our communities properly. In response, we quickly stepped in and shifted gears to accommodate the needs of our friends in Uganda. Three days later, our team in Uganda was picking up 3,750 bars of soap, 2,000 five-litre jerry cans, and 100 bottles of hand sanitizer to distribute to families living in Uganda. Approximately 8,780 people in 1,756 households received soap, a jerry can, and a Tippy Tap kit (hand washing station) so that they could wash their hands and practice clean water hygiene.

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