• $1,400 funding goal
  • $150 raised
  • 2 givers
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Hand Pump Style WellIt is unfortunate that the Children at our orphanage Bodh-Gaya, India still do not have access to running water for showering and sinks. Water for drinking and bathing is still pumped through a hand well as needed. We are hoping to be able to install a drilled wells with an electric pump to provide running water for the children and the community by 02/28/16 . A second well will provide a redundant water source and supply enough running water for the planned additional Structure that will house 24 more children. We must have the water source to sustain the additional occupants before construction begins.   Please do what you can to help and get involved with this cause by sharing this page with your friends and family. We are hoping to raise $1,400 for this cause. So far we have raised $150. If you would like to contribute to this cause, click on the donate button below:

 

2 Responses to Funds Needed to drill 2 new wells at our Orphanage in Bodh-Gaya, الهند

  1. Manny Lindo says:

    An anonymous gift of $50.00 was received.

  2. Jose Cabral says:

    Anonymous donated $100.00.

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