Giving Tuesday: Be part of it – donate to Pump Aid today

Malawi baby helped by Pump AidCan one day make a difference?

Yes, it can — to an entire community in Malawi. One day can give the gift of clean water to an entire community. And it can happen today: Giving Tuesday. What will you give?

Give the gift of clean water and health today!

Donate today – Giving Tuesday – to Pump Aid and you’ll be making a real difference to families like yours in Malawi! Pump Aid aims to achieve lasting change in people’s lives by improving the quality and availability of water.

It is currently campaigning to improve access to sustainable water in rural Malawi. They work in small communities, building water pumps that promote good health — one of these serves 120 people! Even a small donation helps.

Donate to Pump AidHow your donation makes a real difference

“We have safe water which we can drink and also use to water our vegetable garden and fruit tree,” Erica, age 40, says.

Six-year-old Nancy says, “Whenever we greet people we always wash hands before eating the fruit we carry for school breaks.”

It’s these tiny changes that are making a big difference. For every £1 the charity receives, 90p goes directly to Malawi water projects. Your contribution right now can directly help women like Erica and children like Nancy. How often is it that you can say that?

What to do now

PumpAid in Malawi

Erica describes how valuable fresh water is for not only drinking but growing food

  1. Visit the PumpAid site and donate now bit.ly/PumpAidGivingTues
  2. Let your followers know about your contribution and encourage them to do the same, by tweeting this message:

“I’ve just helped a Malawi family get clean water. Donate now – you can make a difference! http://www.pumpaid.org/ @PumpAid #GivingTuesday”

 

Take part in Giving Tuesday and feel good about what a difference a day makes!

Donate NOW

This post is part of a paid BritMums project with Pump Aid.

 

Elephant pump in Malawi

An elephant pump built by Pump Aid for families like yours in Malawi

 

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