Lack of access to clean water is a global problem.


1.1 Billion

More than 1 billion people lack access to affordable clean water for drink.

1.8 Million​

1.8 million people die each year from waterborne diseases found in contaminated water.

Every Day​

The 'invisible poor' live with the parasites and infections caused by drinking the only water they can afford.

CLEAN WATERS PROGRAM
A Proven Filtration System

Unlike many other water purification systems, W@W systems produce clean water while maintaining the healthy levels of minerals and electrolytes that the body needs. Our systems not only meet World Health Organization (WHO) Standards, but actually exceed US EPA standards.

SUSTAINING WATERS PROGRAM
A Sustainable Business Model

Partnering with local churches, schools and organizations, the Water@Work water plant model includes local sales of clean water at a fraction of the going rate. The revenue from the water sales can generate funds for ongoing water filtration system maintenance, servicing, testing and community projects.

LIVING WATERS PROGRAM
A Faith-Based Mission

The Water@Work model helps further God's kingdom through the revenue raised by water sales, along with the donations from U.S. based individuals, churches and organizations allow us to help the local churches spread the gospel through their communities with tools such as visual presentations and audio Bibles.


Angie O'Farrell
Duluth, Georgia

Water@Work is the only mission group that I have worked with whose model creates economic development while taking care of a village's basic needs for clean water and spreading the love of Jesus Christ. It was very inspiring. Giving to Water@Work has allowed me to literally change the world for the better.

You can help to change the world too!

It doesn't take a lot to make a world of difference in the lives of those most in need. For approximately $10 per person, your donation can help to provide a long term, clean water solution for the poorest communities in the Dominican Republic.

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