Giving Tuesday is a worldwide event where people help make a difference by joining together in a global collective to create hope and healing.
At Village Care Project we count on the support of generous donors to help us buy, deliver, assemble & educate native villagers in Tanzania, Africa to obtain clean drinking water. Water really is life!
These remote native villagers in developing countries rarely have the option to drink clean, safe water. They gather their water from anywhere that they can find; puddles, streams, rivers, lakes and often times they even have to dig a hole and scoop water out. This dirty water is full of dangerous diseases like giardia, cholera, dysentery, e coli and more. However Village Care Project is helping provide villagers with clean water filters so they can live healthy and productive lives.
We believe that clean, safe drinking water is a basic human right and we are trying to put them in the homes of every remote villager in Tanzania, Africa.
Our family size clean water bucket filters are approved by WHO for use in disaster zones. Our villagers LOVE THEM!
VCP distributes mosquito nets to each home. These nets help prevent malaria which makes people deathly sick as well as kills 1 in 5 children annually.
These nets literally save lives!
Village Care Project distributes large tarps to semi nomadic people who live in mud and thatch huts. When the annual monsoon rains come, the floors are muddy, the children, elders and adults are wet and cold with no where else to go.
These affordable tarps allow each family to be warm and dry during the rainy seasons!
Our workshops provide training and support to individuals and organizations working to create positive change. Join us and learn how you can make a difference in your community.
We need volunteers to help us run our programs in Tanzania, Africa. We go annually and the more helping hands to deliver supplies and teach villagers how to use them, the better!
Want to share the project with your friends?
Georgia is available for a fun and informative talk and share interesting photos of how this project started and how it has grown!
Why support Village Care Project?
* We are a public international 501(c)3 non-profit organization -- your donation is 100% tax deductible as a charitable donation.* We have a 100% volunteer staff, including the founder and all board members, so you can be sure that your entire donation will go to help families, women and children receive clean water solutions, mosquito bed nets in areas that need them, as well as other lifesaving tools that improve and save lives.
* Your dollars will go to run the actual cost of the projects with only a tiny fraction going to administrative costs such as this website and newsletter.* We have helped give clean water and mosquito bed nets to thousands of villagers in remote African villages in Tanzania, Africa. We hope to be able to help many more native villagers around the world receive clean water solutions so they can live healthy and productive lives.
After visiting villagers we have also seen other needs that we can help with so many times our trips may include providing: mosquito nets that prevent malaria, tarps to help cover leaky mud and thatch huts from rain during monsoons, large bags of maize, rice and/or beans to help with food insecurity, small solar lanterns for school children so they can read to study at night, school fees for children so they can get a required uniform and get an education. These are just a few of the ways we are making an impact on villagers....one village at a time.
Will you join us today and help by making a life saving donation of clean water (and other tools) for good health for native villagers around the world? No donation is too small and it will be merged with many others to have a huge impact on the lives of villagers where contaminated water is their only option.
We are a registered 501(c)(3) International public non-profit and your donation is tax deductible.
International Public charity status is a 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)
Our Staff is entirely volunteer, including the president and Board members.
We attempt to be nonpolitical, non-discriminatory and not biased for or against any group or type of person based on gender, religion, race, age, creed, color, politics, sexuality or orientation or ethnicity. Our project however may have some restrictions based on the limitations and capabilities of our local vendors in the country we are serving.
VCP seekS to fight poverty by "helping villagers help themselves" to a better quality of living and improved health while preserving their unique culture.
African Photos courtesy Georgia Evans, Jackson MShana, ALEX PUWALE, LUMINAID, WAter4life, lifestraw, and will go to benefit VCP.
Village Care Project
619 E 42nd St., Loveland, CO, USA
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