As a cyclist, I understand the value of water (H2O). There’s nothing better than a drink of cool, refreshing water during a long bike ride. Not only is fresh water a pleasure and a blessing, it’s essential for life!
As someone who thinks nothing of turning on the kitchen faucet, it amazes me that there are so many places in the world were people do not have access to clean potable water. I love to ride. Last year I rode over 2,200 miles. Aside from improved health, I have nothing to show for it. This year I’ve decided to ride for a cause: building fresh water wells for villages in need.
Would you be willing to support me in my goal to bring fresh water to those who need it? I’m partnering with Gospel For Asia’s Jesus Wells project to raise funds to dig wells in villages in Asia. 100% of your donations go directly to creating those wells. I don’t get anything and none of your money goes to “administrative costs.” My goal is to raise $2,000 in 2014 ($1 for every mile I’ve committed to ride) to dig two wells for villages in need.
You can track my progress both here and at http://www.mygfa.org/project-h2o.
Now, if it would just stop snowing so I can start riding…