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It's the generosity and personal sacrifices of donors like you that make Lifewater possible. Without our donors' support, no wells would be drilled, no pumps would be repaired, no rainwater catchment systems installed, no latrines and hand-washing stations constructed, and no health and hygiene training provided.
In short, no water would flow and no lives would be saved.
We thought it would be encouraging to introduce some of those faithful donors to you. A few are profiled here.
A young Ontario mother: Courtney Bushell almost died from drinking contaminated water. It didn't happen in an impoverished Third World country. Read how it happened in Canada, and how it made Courtney a passionate advocate for safe water for everyone.
A Canadian author: Anne DeGrace has always believed clean water is a fundamental and essential human right. So when she learned about Lifewater Canada, the Canadian author was immediately interested. Read more.
A Georgia engineer: Why has a man in the southern U.S. been a repeated volunteer and financial supporter of Lifewater Canada, a charity based in northern Ontario? Learn why.
A retired teacher: Lisa Cossar was on the verge of turning 50 in 2014 when a friend suggested the ideal birthday present. What was it?
If you'd like to share your own Lifewater story, either publicly or anonymously, please email us at email@example.com.