Clean Water

27 Jun

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There are currently more than 1 billion people who do not have access to clean water. This fact seems very distant inside our world where we can turn on the sink and get a glass of water with ease. River’s Edge Curriculum has partnered with the organization, Walk-4-Water to help work towards diminishing the lack of clean water. This organization aims at not only raising money to build wells, but to involve the entire community in this process. Walk-4-Water has already raised over $40,000 and built numerous wells in the country of Zambia. The first step towards providing clean water access is through education – educating others on the need for clean water. River’s Edge Curriculum has created a lesson that does just that.
clean water book2.jpgIn our new lesson, Clean Water, we expose children to the need for clean water, catch their attention with a fun trivia game, and explore the command God has given us to love one another. At the end of the lesson we provide ways for kids themselves to get involved and raise money, how the church can get involved, and how the church and outside community can unite in getting involved in providing clean water to those without. If you are interested in learning more, check out Clean Water on our website, or Walk-4-Water.org to find out how you can get your church community involved!

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  1. Walk4Water | - June 29, 2016

    […] purpose of our event is to change two communities: our own by bringing awareness of the need for clean water and the community where a well will be built with the proceeds. This year’s proceeds will go […]

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