By Dcs. Pamela Boehle-Silva
The rains have come to California, providing much needed water to our drought-stricken land. I don’t know about you, but I take it for granted that I can turn on my faucet and out comes clean water. Not so in many parts of the world. Water, if it’s available, is not clean, nor safe to drink. However, in order to live, people consume what they have and suffer the consequences of various water borne diseases.
Brian, Gabby, Pamela and Christopher (Dennis) 2018
It is with great joy that my travel partner (husband, and all-around great guy) and I are heading to Guatemala for a short trip. Thanks to the For One Another Foundation, we have 100 water filters packed and ready to go! The impact of being able to drink clean water is tremendous. People save money by not having to buy drinking water. For those who cannot afford to buy water, they now will have clean, safe water to drink, thereby decreasing the chances of getting illnesses from waterborne diseases.
A grateful family receiving water filters 2018
We are grateful to the For One Another Foundation for their funding of this trip.. To family and friends who support us with prayers and donations. To our Holy Cross Lutheran Church family who continues to support me in this mercy work.
If you want to support this work of providing clean water all over the world, please go to foroneanother.org. This organization will also be helping us this summer as we travel to Kenya, bringing another 100 water filters to those in need.
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