Updated: Nov 29, 2018
I've seen this a thousand times and talked about it for years...girls with water cans strapped to their backs hauling water for their families. They walk miles every day at great peril, unable to go to school and get their education for something most of us take for granted...water.
Talk is cheap. It's time to do something about it.
For thirty days starting in New York on October 27 ending in Los Angeles on December 31, I am going to walk in cities across the country to raise awareness and funds for water projects in Nyando, Kenya where we build houses.
With money raised, Houses with Hope's "Walk + Water = Hope" is going to drill boreholes, gutter schools for rain catchment, and launch a mobile water project to bring water to 300,000 people.
I need your help. Here's some things you can do:
1. Pray 2. Make a donation 3. Share "Walk+Water=Hope" on your social media 4. Strap a water can to your back and walk in your community to raise awareness and funds. 5. Enlist your church, school, family, and friends to get involved.
Hope you will follow me on my journey across the United States for "Water for Hope" to change lives and bring help and hope to people in Africa.