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Clean water cost about $20 per person and for a small donation you can make a difference in someone's life! Your funds along with other donations are combined and applied to a single project. We work with our partners to determine the location that needs help the most and the clean water project begins with 100% of your donations used for this project.




Over the next 16 months we work with our partners and the local community to buy materials and install the clean water project. When the work is done we send a complete report with photos of the people you helped, so you know exactly how and where your donation was used.



Our work with partners:
The NGOs we work with have years of experience in the locations that need clean water projects the most. We contribute to their knowledge with our civil engineering and land use planning backgrounds to help them be more effective at creating water projects that are productive and safe for the people they serve. We only work with partners that have an extensive tract record of good solid work in the host country they are located in.

Our contribution to clean water projects:
Geo-Life contributes in several ways: we spread awareness of the lack of clean water in developing countries to people who are willing to help. We provide project design services and educational programs to local organizations so they can produce a higher quality / value water project to the community. We also oversee the local NGOs we provide funding to and we make them accountable for the clean water project completion. This insures the work is completed as promised. We fundraise so this work can continue. We also give a communication platform to the poor, bringing back their stories to the people who have the ability to help.

From the beginning, Geo-Life made a firm commitment to the general public: 100% of their donations would go directly to developing countries to fund water projects. We have found another way to cover our operating expenses through private donations. We depend on private donors, foundations and sponsors to cover everything from staff salaries to all administrative costs. These donors are dedicated and their investment funds our long-term mission: to provide clean, safe drinking water to the people who need it the most. Your funds along with other donations, in that period of time, are combined. We work with our partners to determine the location that needs help the most and the clean water project begins with 100% of your donations used for this project. by Patrick Cox



Organizations we support and partner with:

Clean Water In Africa, Inc., is comitted to making a difference in the country of Burkina Faso, Africa by engaging the community and providing clean water resources where 1 out of every 3 children will die due to a lack there of. http://www.cleanwaterinafrica.com/

Water Aid for Cambodia They are involved currently in providing community wells in villages outside the Siem Reap area as well as water filters to schools and villages. The children will be better healthier with a clean water supply. We there work with technical assistance in filtering water systems as well as financial support. http://www.wateraidforcambodia.org/

APT Social Service Society
is a smallnon-profit/charity organization established mainly to bring about social andqualitative changes in the lives of the under-privileged and desperately poorpeople of Andhra Pradesh, India.

HARITIKA works with people whose lives are dominated by extreme poverty, illiteracy, disease and the are handicap. With multifaceted development interventions, HARITIKA strives to bring about positive changes in the quality of life of the poor people of BUNDELKHAND region of UP and MP in India.

WaterAid enables the world's poorest people to gain access to safe water and sanitation. Together with improved hygiene, these basic human rights underpin health, education and livelihoods, forming the first essential step in overcoming poverty.

Water for Cambiodia Each year there are about 250 million cases of water-related diseases, resulting in 5-10 million deaths. Clean water is critical to the health and safety of people around the world. Improving education, technology, and infrastructure can have a lasting impact on the rural communities that rely on wells as their primary source of water

MSR Miniworks EX Water Filter
Our water filter was one of the pieces of gear we researched the most and we finally settled on the MSR Miniworks EX.
We wanted a water filter because:   
  Almost any stream or river comes with the risk of picking up parasites and viruses
  Tap water in many less developed countries is not fit to drink
  We didn't want to add to the pile of plastic bottles already in the environment

China Water Risks
Affect Us All Regardless of whether we care for the environment, we have come to a point where water risks affect us all - as businesses, as investors and ultimately as individuals. China Water Risk is a non-profit initiative dedicated to highlighting these risks. We hope that once businesses, investors and individuals get the 'Big Picture', they will adjust for these fundamental risks accordingly and by doing so, foster a more efficient and responsible use of China's water resources.

Water For All is a nonprofit organisation based in Johannesburg, Africa that has provided access to clean water to hundreds of schools and communities throughout Africa since 2004. As part of Water For All's approach, the organisation works with local communities and in-country advisors to assess each school or community's water needs and determine if our water technologies will be appropriate for the setting. Water For All currently donates solar pumps, rainwater harvesting systems, and water filtration systems.

Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association The mission of the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association is to protect the quality and the beauty of the Wissahickon Creek and to enhance life in the Wissahickon Watershed by: Protecting and enhancing open space and natural areas in the Watershed and providing opportunities for the enjoyment of these natural areas; Promoting awareness and appreciation of environmental issues through education so that the community can make sound choices for a sustainable, ecologically healthy future; Promoting wise land use and management of natural resources in the Watershed, especially when dealing with issues which affect the water quality of the Wissahickon Creek; Preserving historic and cultural sites that are of significance to the Wissahickon Creek.

The Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy
was established in 1964 to combat increasingly poor water quality throughout the Perkiomen Creek watershed. For 45 years, the Conservancy has been committed to protecting the water resources of the Perkiomen Creek through a dedication to and expertise in Environmental Education, Conservation and Stewardship.

APA American Planning Association is an independent, not-for-profit educational organization that provides leadership in the development of vital communities. We measure our success by the successes of our members and the communities they serve.

Water Without Borders
was created from the understanding that lack of safe drinking water is the leading cause of disease, civil strife, hunger, and birth defects in the world. Water Without Borders is a nonprofit organization with international reach, dedicated to providing sustainable sources of safe drinking water. So far, our efforts have taken us to South Dakota, Africa, Haiti, and Honduras.




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