Water Projects

We drink it, we cook with it, we use it to wash our hands. We use it to shower. We use it for laundry and dishes. We use it to wash our cars and our pets. We water our lawns with it and we even fill up swimming pools and play with it. What would life be like if all we had were dark, murky, bacteria-infested water? Would you drink it? Would anyone drink it?

Helping to solve the world water crisis, one project at a time!

Uganda, Africa

Uganda, Africa

Sports Outreach International (SOI) which is located in Charlotte, NC, took a mission team to Uganda in Jan 2011. The mission team consisted of 32 members, broken up into 3 teams Medical, Sports and...

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India

India

India is soon to overtake China as the most populous nation in the world with more than one billion people. India's population is more than three and a half times the size of that of the United...

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Haiti’s Invisible Killer

Haiti’s Invisible Killer

In January 2010 a 7.0 earthquake in Haiti killed 300,000 immediately, left 1.5 million homeless, and now threatens untold hundreds of thousands with a cholera epidemic, the invisible killer that is...

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Feeding Thousands

Feeding Thousands

In 2005, Jae and Debra Evans moved to South Africa. Not long after, they began a discipleship program with some Xhosa kids in a township called Mbekweni. About 60 kids came, but many were too hungry...

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10,000 Orphans

10,000 Orphans

Teen Missions was founded in 1970 by Robert Bland and a group of men and women who were passionate about getting youth involved in missions. The innovative idea at that time of involving teenagers...

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Mexico

Mexico

Pastor Von ( he just goes by Von ) founded Spectrum Ministries in San Diego in 1981 and since then, Spectrum Ministries has literally taken hundreds of thousands of teenagers and adults across the...

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