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www. WaterForHumans.Org

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Official Implementation Launch

This is a copy of an email letter we are sending out to our supporters. Please join our current supporters and help us meet our funding goal.

The time has finally come for us to really "jump in the pool." We are going to Mexico on July 7th to make it happen. Please help us launch our passion.

Help Water for Humans bring low-cost, safe drinking water to the communities of Guadalupe Etla and Santo Domingo Barrio Bajo Etla in Oaxaca, Mexico .

Link to our project page

Over 1.1 billion people in the world do not have access to safe drinking water. Lack of water and contaminated water sources are two of the leading causes of illness and death worldwide. Water for Humans ( www.waterforhumans.org ), a nonprofit social venture enterprise, is working to bring clean water solutions to communities in need by partnering with local, social entrepreneurs. These partnerships ensure clean drinking water, local job creation, and the protection of local water assets.

Your donation will help Water for Humans launch its initial pilot project in Guadalupe Etla and Santo Domingo Barrio Bajo Etla, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Our goal is to raise $25,000 to support the launch of this project in July, 2009.

All donations are greatly appreciated.

Make a tax-deductible donation now

Link to our secure online donation system

Your donation will enable us to forge key partnerships within the community and to begin the installation of water purifiers in key locations. These systems will provide families, schools, health clinics and restaurants with a low-cost alternative to purchasing five gallon jugs of bottled drinking water on a daily basis.

Water for Humans recognizes the critical need of ensuring safe drinking water today and in the future. We work to ensure immediate access to potable water while also supporting clean water in the future through watershed restoration. This initial project is designed to deploy water filter systems, build support for watershed restoration and to begin building the funds to support our long term mission.

To learn more about Water for Humans and our work in Oaxaca please visit our website: www.waterforhumans.org, and check our linked blog waterforhumans.blogspot.com to follow our progress.

Thank You,

Rick McKenney

Stan Brown