Some of us thirst for physical water. We all thirst for living water—to experience God’s love.
When we unite to quench the, thirst of our sisters and brothers, we start to see everything differently.
Unite to quench the thirst for safe water!
This March, we’re celebrating World Water Day by calling for champions like you to come together to make a difference. World Water Day is a global day to remember the 785 million people who still need basic drinking water service.
Unite with kids like Mercy
The water crisis almost cost Mercy her life. Reliable access to safe drinking water has the power to transform every aspect of communities like hers.
United with leaders like Moreen
Our in-country staff work tirelessly to provide safe drinking water, promote sanitation and hygiene, and mobilize churches and communities for change.
Unite with champions like Fernando
Compassionate supporters across North America are united to impact thirsty communities and have found community and purpose for themselves.
At Living Water International stewardship is an integral part of everything we do. Contributions are solicited with the understanding that Living Water International has complete control over the use of all donated funds. In rare cases, when we receive more contributions for a given program than can be wisely applied to that program, we apply those funds to meet a similar pressing need. Living Water International is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. No goods or services were provided by our organization, in whole or in part, for the above donations. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Living Water International is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.
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Living Water currently works along the Pacific coast of Guatemala. Team members will use an LS300 or a LS400 drill rig with our in-country drillers and help our hygiene team share proper sanitation techniques and Bible stories. You’ll get to experience the rich Guatemalan culture in Antigua, including a coffee plantation tour and Cerro de la Cruz—a beautiful cross set on a hill.