BENEFITING: Saha Global
Hello Everyone! My name is Lexie Seward and I am currently a Sophmore at Denison University double majoring in International Studies and Communication. I am sincerely humbled and privileged to be traveling to Africa this winter with Saha Global as a Field Representative in their Global Leadership Program bringing clean water to rural villages outside of Tamale, Ghana. To date the Saha Global team has launched 93 clean water businesses and 26 solar electricity businesses, where 100% of these businesses are still in operation today.
For 3 weeks I will be working with local women in my community village to facilitate, implement and successfully run their own water purification system. This new system will not only empower local women in my community by allowing them to become business owners and help the local economy, but will also help children and their families have easy access to a clean and reliable water source. For some perspective, in the Northern region of Ghana 40% of the population lacks access to clean drinking water. Children are CURRENTLY drinking fecally contaminated water.
How will your donation help?
All of your generous proceeds and donations will go towards funding in-country equipment to help build, monitor and maintain the water purification system and provide the women of my village with the initial infrastructure to run a profitable water purification business. This business will provide a permanent source of safe drinking water for 700-1,000 people... So just think about what these people and children are Ghana do without your help!!!
Please help me make the change we all want to see in the world by making a 501(c)3 tax deductible donation to:
-Crowdrise.com: Get Lexie to Ghana
- Venmo: @GetLexietToGhana
-Mail Checks (Memo- Lexie Seward): Saha Global, PO Box 225342, San Francisco, CA 94122-5342
Please contact me if you have any other additional questions by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling me at (309)660-3185. Or visit http://sahaglobal.org/ for more detials.
Thank you all so much for your help providing people with the most fundamental necessity of life. I wish you a blessed day, -Lexie Seward