Become a Water Warrior!

Start a fundraiser to help reach more people in South Sudan with clean water!

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Recurring Donor

Join other Water Warriors with the combined 2019 goal of $15,000 to restore 12 wells!

Getting started is easy! We will give you all of the tools you'll need to make an impact. Here's all it takes:

  1. Set a goal ($500 = water for 500 people, $1,250 = 1 repaired well, $7500 = 1 new well)
  2. Personalize your campaign with the template we've created.
  3. Invite your friends and family to join you in saving lives.
  4. Celebrate and feel great knowing you provided clean water!

We are asking a few of our Water Warriors to rally their friends, family, and networks to support our work. By becoming a fundraiser for Water Is Basic, you will help our local team reach more people in South Sudan with the basics of clean water, and you'll help your friends feel good about doing good!

Lemonade stands, 5 Kilometer runs, wedding gifts, art shows, beer tastings and birthdays are just a few of the many ways our donors have raised funds. Whether you decide to do what's been done, or you have your own crazy idea, we have an easy way for you to start a campaign! Our team is standing by to help you get started.

You can use your page for a one time event or continue to raise funds on different occasions all throughout the year. No amount is too small (or large) and no idea is too crazy. Have fun!

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You will get these tools to help you run a successful campaign

Pre-Built Templates

Send emails and social media messages to supporters based on expert-tested templates.

A Smarter Donation Page

Solicit more donations with proven-success templates established from industry best practices.

Automated Notifications & Emails

Keep your campaign on track with various automated features designed to get you closer to your goal.

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