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.

But a better solution is now available.

Proven Technology

Water@Work invests in and constructs Community Water Plants (CWP) in impoverished communities in the developing world. A church in the local community operates the CWP, which delivers community-wide clean water that exceeds EPA and WHO standards.

Sustainable Model

The church institutes a program of heavily-discounted water sales to ensure sustainability and affordability. To encourage maximum impact, Water@Work provides ongoing community support and presence through: mentoring, water testing, government compliance, reporting, and secondary product support (i.e., detergents, juices, etc.).

Faith-Based Mission

Water@Work's ultimate goal is to spread God’s love through the vessel of clean water. Once operational, the Community Water Plants can be utilized to share the Good News. Water@Work supports the CWP-operating church in spreading His message.

Angie O'Farrell
Suwanee, 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 transform a country!

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.