Nearly 800,000,000 people survive because someone in their household walks an average of 4 miles for unclean water at least daily. Thousands die daily because the water is unsafe. Every aspect of life – work, education, family – is restricted by this reality.
Sign up to participate on May 2 or donate TODAY. 8 Miles for Water is a local initiative working with World Vision to be part of the solution. Our name comes from the video below, "Walking in Sabina's Shoes."
Not what but who is on your bucket list?
Here's how it works:
Start NOW, Start EARLY. How many people can you get to donate and/or participate? Need buckets? Contact us and we would gladly set up a time for you to come and get some buckets. Buckets are free.
May 7, 2016 • LIFTRAINING8233 Forsythia St., #109 • Middleton, WI 53562
Follow Sabina’s Journey For Water video is one of the inspirations for our 8 Miles for Water event. The name is directly inspired from her journey. Please take 13 minutes of your day to witness her journey; it will change the way you view water.
Participants may choose the first trip and/or the second trip to the water. Both trips combined equal the full 8 miles.
Is your business, employer, school, club, or organization interested in making an
impact? Consider: corporate sponsorship, business matching, individual
sponsorship, team sponsorship, or being a team captain.
How much water do I have to carry?
Answer: It is 100% up to you. Many women in Africa carry 70 pounds (8.5 gallons), but the amount you carry is your decision.
We knew the impact for our sponsor child (clean water, medication, food, clothing) but we had no idea of the impact it would have on
our family. World Vision has helped regenerate
our faith and has affected nearly all aspects of our lives.
We live and own a small business in Middleton. Along with many of our friends in the Madison area, we would like to provide you with the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life and in yours by participating in the 8 Miles For Water Event. Would you join us in the fight against unclean water?
God Bless. Craig and Mara Wyttenbach Family.
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
We work in nearly 100 countries, serving all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.