2016 Kabilash, Nepal project team.


We believe in what we are doing and our passion is backed-up by contributions made by each of our Board Members and verifiable results. Our Board Members cover 100% of any overhead or organization administrative costs so 100% of all donations go directly towards our project efforts.

Cuba January 2019

In January 2019 we will make our third visit to Cuba to work on water filter projects. On this trip we will join 10 members of a team from Pennsylvania. We will arrive in Camaguey and visit Ciego de Avila, one of the most remote locations in the center of the island including: Jiquis and Florencia. READ MORE...


Nepal Nov 2018 3 water systems, 30 Water filters, 2 computer classrooms LINK)
San Pedro Sula, Honduras July 2018 Water filter project LINK)
Cuba, May 2018 (3) Water filter projects LINK)
Cuba February 2018 Water filter project LINK)
Aapchour, Nepal 2017 (volunteering with Water For Small Villages, Inc. ) LINK)
Kabilash, Nepal 2016 (volunteering with Water For Small Villages, Inc. ) LINK)
Madagascar 2010 Watershed project LINK)
Haiti 2009-2015 (volunteering with Water For Small Villages, Inc. )LINK)
San Pedro Sula, Honduras 2005-2017 Leading groups to Our Little Roses Orphanage LINK


We are always ready to consider new projects. Our Clean Water Team reviews new project requests and suggestions each month. We have a method for assessing suggested projects, and a 5-step process for developing our projects. After a project is accepted we develop a detailed plan, we start our fundraising efforts, and then when the funds are available we get it done. We have no overhead costs and we have a team of volunteers ready to go, so it's just a matter of raising the funds to execute a project. Read more on How to Suggest a Project or read more about our project selection methodology.
Ciego de Avila, Cuba 2019, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, 2019, Cape Town South Africa 2019, Nepal, 2019, Tolear, Madagascar 2020, Tacloban, Philippines, 2020


Our method for selecting projects is to first assess the needs of the community and assess our ability to offer a solution. If approved, It becomes an approved pending project. Once a project is approved, we incrementally add more detail to do a detailed assessment. The project team works remotely with the community via email, text message, or phone to discuss possible solutions and assess the community's ability to own and maintain a water system. Once we have enough details, we design a solution based on available materials, local traditions, and the most suitable technology. Finally, we put together a detailed plan and a budget. Once the funds are available (fundraising must take place), we schedule then execute the project. We typically only do fundraising for specific projects. We only incur costs and expenses when we are executing a project, so we don't do general or non-specific fundraising for our organization. For more detail on how we assess a project read our 10-Question Project Decision Tree (pdf) .