Today we share with you well #147 in honor of Jim & Dell Bradshaw. Well #147 is also called the Nabora Well and provides clean water to 1,000 Ugandan people. The gift of clean water is such an amazing gift! Nikki Elledge Brown is a name you've seen recently via our social media feed. Well #147
Today we share with you well #139, called the Omare well. It provides clean water to about 800 people. In Honor of Kayin Ray Connell from the Colorado City Rotary Club 9/6/2010-9/6/2010 Acts 2:38 Loraine, Texas Constructed on: 9/19/2013, by: Lodoi Development Fund And Peter said to them, "Repent and be baptized every one of
Well #138 dedicated in loving memory to: Mary Brewington 10/15/1909 - 8/7/2010 Mary's well is called the Esejat Well and provides clean water to over a 1000 people! Mary is described by her family and great granddaughter as a loving Granny, a strong Christian and a strong woman. She took care of family and her
Today we share with you Andrew's story and well #143 lovingly dedicated to Baby Ojok. The gift of life through clean water is truly amazing! Andrew’s story Andrew has been with Holden Uganda since day one, he is the lead builder for our Ugandan spring box construction teams. Andrew is native to Uganda, born and
Today we share with you well #122, called Imaet well. It provides clean and safe water to about 2,000 people.The gift of life through clean water is truly amazing! Dedicated to Evie Michelle Armstrong Proverbs 3:5-6 Brady High School FCCLS Brady, Texas, USA Lodoi Development Fund Trust in the Lord with all your heart and
Today we share with you well #137, called Mukula well. It provides clean and safe water to about 1,300 people. The gift of life through clean water is such a blessing! Wayne and Pat went above and beyond to take care of family and friends without having to be asked. They were hardworking and honest peole
1 in 10 people don’t have access to clean drinking water.
663 million people live without access to safe water.
466 Clean Water Projects Completed
Every 90 seconds, a child dies from a water-related disease.
1 million are people killed by water, sanitation and hygiene-related disease each year.
We are helping families all over the U.S. and abroad. When a family loses a child, or a soldier or a loved one, these wells provide comfort for the people that are in tremendous pain. Secondly, we’re providing clean water to the folks in Uganda and helping the Ugandans help themselves.