WILK Facebook Water FaceOff Kickoff


World Water Day: Opportunity to Spotlight the Water Crisis in Kenya

Newark, DE — Starting on World Water Day, Sunday, March 22, you can help Water is Life Kenya (WILK) bring clean water to those who need it most. We’re asking you to join the “Facebook Water FaceOff” by signing up for our online fundraiser and donate $5 — or more to help us dig more wells in Kenya.

How does it work?

Participate in the FaceOff in four ways. The more you engage with WILK and your friends on social media, the more you can win. Water FaceOff Fundraiser ends on May 31, 2015.

  1. FaceOff with face time: Post a picture on our wall doing something with water! The Best Picture wins a $25 Amazon Gift Card and a special keepsake created by women in Kenya, the Water is Life Kenya Beaded Giraffe.
  2. FaceOff by sharing a photo: Share a photo on our Facebook wall of your closest water source (a pool, a stream or river, water fountain, etc.) with the hashtag #waterfaceoff to be entered in a drawing to Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card.
  3. FaceOff with your Facebook friends: Every person who registers by donating $5 will be entered in a drawing to Win a $75 Amazon Gift Card!
  4. FaceOff with other teams: Sign up, create a team name, then invite others to join your team! The first team to raise $2500 or more wins the Water FaceOff with each team member getting a discount on home delivery service and a FREE case of bottled water. One lucky team member will win the Grand Prize … Free Cooler and Home Delivery Water Services for 3 Months from “The Water Guy”.

The average American family uses 400 gallons of water per day. A Kenyan family must survive on only 5 gallons per day … water collected from hand dug shallow wells that are shared with wild animals. Water that is then transported in a hand-made containers weighing 45 pounds and carried on average 6 miles per day, through dangerous barren territory, on the backs and heads of Kenyan women who are culturally bound to perform this task each and every day if they are to survive.

Water is Life Kenya is a 501c (3) organization that works with communities providing access to clean water, organizes community water management committees and creates entrepreneurship opportunities that improve quality of life and serves as a catalyst for multi-generational transformation.

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