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February 2, 2017

People Effected by Flint Water Crisis Support Others in World Water Crisis!

Made a Wells for the World presentation at the Flint Eastside Church of the Nazarene on January 22, 2017. I’m excited that this inner city church, whose people have their own water crisis, are supporting our well repair project in Ewuaso (Kedong), Kenya. This little inner city church has challenged their congregation to raise $300 by bring in pop/soda cans (worth $0.10 each in Michigan) […]
January 17, 2017

Be a life-changer, Donate Today!

To fulfill our vision of providing water to those without, we need a drilling rig in Kenya. An amazing opportunity has come up. A benefactor promised to donate $12,000 – if Wells for the World raises $18,000. This will allow us to install wells within a couple of months and start the clean, life-giving water flowing. Click on Donate to give. Please share and spread […]
January 17, 2017

Wells for the World has come a long way in 3 years

Wells for the World was just a dream of mine 8 years ago, as I looked for a way to use my knowledge of hydrogeology to help others. However, after trying to connect with other organizations that saw a place for me and understood my vision for Wells for the World, I sort of gave up until 2013. In 2013, I met Rev. Matthew Maloney […]
January 17, 2017

Wow! Nice to Have an Updated Website and WP Blog

As of August, Wells for the World (aka WftW or WFTW) has had a redesigned Website. This includes WordPress Blog capabilities, which I believe can be followed – so please do follow us on this blog and on Facebook. Bear with us as we work to refine the Website and all its features, and as we work to get our social media up to speed.
April 15, 2014

Malaria Medicine is Expensive

Wow, I purchased my malaria medicine last week and got extreme sticker shock! Almost $7.00 per pill! But if you don’t want to get Malaria, I guess you don’t have much of a choice. I had already spoken to my normal doctor and he said you would be stupid not to take the medicine because Malaria is nothing to fool around with, so I shelled out the […]
February 2, 2017

People Effected by Flint Water Crisis Support Others in World Water Crisis!

Made a Wells for the World presentation at the Flint Eastside Church of the Nazarene on January 22, 2017. I’m excited that this inner city church, whose people have their own water crisis, are supporting our well repair project in Ewuaso (Kedong), Kenya. This little inner city church has challenged their congregation to raise $300 by bring in pop/soda cans (worth $0.10 each in Michigan) […]
January 17, 2017

Be a life-changer, Donate Today!

To fulfill our vision of providing water to those without, we need a drilling rig in Kenya. An amazing opportunity has come up. A benefactor promised to donate $12,000 – if Wells for the World raises $18,000. This will allow us to install wells within a couple of months and start the clean, life-giving water flowing. Click on Donate to give. Please share and spread […]
January 17, 2017

Wells for the World has come a long way in 3 years

Wells for the World was just a dream of mine 8 years ago, as I looked for a way to use my knowledge of hydrogeology to help others. However, after trying to connect with other organizations that saw a place for me and understood my vision for Wells for the World, I sort of gave up until 2013. In 2013, I met Rev. Matthew Maloney […]
January 17, 2017

Wow! Nice to Have an Updated Website and WP Blog

As of August, Wells for the World (aka WftW or WFTW) has had a redesigned Website. This includes WordPress Blog capabilities, which I believe can be followed – so please do follow us on this blog and on Facebook. Bear with us as we work to refine the Website and all its features, and as we work to get our social media up to speed.
April 15, 2014

Malaria Medicine is Expensive

Wow, I purchased my malaria medicine last week and got extreme sticker shock! Almost $7.00 per pill! But if you don’t want to get Malaria, I guess you don’t have much of a choice. I had already spoken to my normal doctor and he said you would be stupid not to take the medicine because Malaria is nothing to fool around with, so I shelled out the […]
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