WaterBridge Outreach: Books + Water accepts online contributions directly and securely through PayPal. You do not have to be a subscriber to PayPal to use this method of payment.
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Checks made payable to “WaterBridge Outreach: Books + Water” can be mailed to:
WaterBridge Outreach: Books + Water
Attn: Karen Fergus
P.O. Box 2370
San Francisco, CA 94126
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HOW CAN YOU HELP? DONATE NOW!
Please join our Campaign to support WaterBridge Outreach's donations of books, literacy materials, and mobile libraries to schools in need and funding of clean water and basic sanitation projects in local communities in the developing world, now in Haiti, India, the Philippines, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Tanzania.
No amount is too small! Consider making a tax-deductible gift today.
Gail Tsukiyama, Executive Director
Why Our Projects Deserve Your Support
WaterBridge Outreach: Books + Water is a California 501(c)(3) organization that relies on public and private support, building a sustainable program of providing multicultural books to schools and libraries, while engaging with local communities to obtain and maintain access to clean water in areas of need around the world.
How Your Contribution Will Be Used
Your contributions will provide the simplest gifts of necessity for children, schools, and families. Your donation will enhance the goals of reading and literacy and will help to implement water projects that assist communities in developing countries to have
access to clean water and sanitation.
By supporting our ongoing projects, you can help to install a water well in a rural village or create mobile libraries that place books in the hands of young readers and students. Your assistance can also provide water catchment systems for drinking and farming or building lavatories in schools for young girls and boys.
Without these basics of life, what hope will children and young people have for the future?