We just completed our latest project in Cuba and we are assembling plans for more 2019 projects. Read more about our Projects Being Considered.


We returned from Cuba with another success! We teamed up with nine people from St Davids, Wayne PA, installed 3 water filter systems in Ciego de Avila and we filled our bottles with water from the system we installed in May 2018 .


View our organizational details, financial data, transparency pledge and review our project strategy. 100% percent of all donations go directly towards our projects.

We Make the Impossible, Potable

Our work delivers clean drinking water, dignity and pride.

Sponsor a water project. Help us bring a water filter system to a community in desperate need of the most basic of human right - access to clean drinking water. A complete water filter system costs $1,000. Our team of volunteers travel to the location, work with the community and collaborate on the installation. We train locals how to install and maintain the systems and we provide 1 year of replacements filters.

Underwrite a clean drinking water project. Help us bring clean drinking water to a village of 200 people. A typical spring box, pipe system, water tank and pump costs $6,000. We work with partner organizations and suppliers to acquire donated materials and local labor to maximize the effectiveness of our efforts.


First - Launch

First thing we need to do is launch the organization with an event. We need to increase awareness of the desperation of people in need of clean drinking water.

Second - Fund It

Secondly, we need to raise funds for our projects. Our goal for 2018 is $15,000 to help the people of Cuba, Honduras and Nepal.

Third - Measurable Results

We need to execute our projects in Cuba, Honduras and Nepal as planned to demonstrate our ability to produce results.

Fourth - Be Transparent

We need to publish our results to demonstrate our ability to deliver measurable results and earn the trust of the people who support our projects.

Are you ready to support a project?

Visit Our Donation Page