Fountains Of Hope
Embrace Relief’s Clean Water campaign has delivered clean water and improved sanitation to more than 800,000 people since 2013 thanks to the support of people like you. In 2021, we started a new clean water program called Fountains of Hope, which identifies abandoned and broken water wells in Africa and reconstructs them, restoring the flow of clean water to thousands. Donate today and bring hope, health, and happiness back to people in need in Chad, Cameroon and Nigeria.Donate Now
Over 50,000 water supply points across sub-Saharan Africa are not functioning.
But with your help, we can change that!
The Fountains of Hope project repairs damaged and abandoned wells. We make sure that the water keeps flowing for those in need! Already, we have restored 170 wells, giving clean water back to 170,000+ people in Africa
When we fix a broken or abandoned water well, we restore hope. Repairing a well is less expensive than building one new, while still providing the same quality and quantity of clean water.
All of Embrace Relief’s water wells come with a minimum five-year guaranteed warranty, covering annual checkups and all necessary maintenance.
Inside A Water Well
Our wells are built to a depth of approximately 147 feet, deep enough to be free of surface contaminants and bacteria. Our pipes carry clean water from vast underground aquifers up to the surface with the use of an easy-to-operate hand pump, providing a sustainable source of drinking water for years to come.
“H2O Hero” Monthly Donor Program
$25 = 1,000 people provided access to clean water per month
If you are interested in providing clean water to those in need each and every month, consider joining our Monthly Donation Club! Just $25 can provide 1,000 people access to water per month!Donate Now
My son who was 15 years old Faridun Mavlonov died july 2023 he got shot and got killed cause of gun violence and I wanted to build a well with his name on it so the people who is in need for water thanks him and he gets all the thanks from these people, and I want to help the people who is in need for water and make good deeds for them.
I was having a conversation with my Son one night about what he wanted for Christmas. He was thinking, his response was, “I don’t need anything, because I have everything that I need.” A few seconds goes by… my son says, “actually, I know what I want. I want to send two million bottles of water to Africa so that they have clean water. I also want to send food and books.” After his response, I knew that I needed to act on his wish. He’s 8 years old, so selfish and so thoughtful that it just makes me a proud and happy mama. I want to show him that anything is possible if you try. I told him that I would do my research and make his wish come true. So here I am… looking to help, send water and turn my sons Christmas wish into reality ❤
The inspiration is rooted in the stories of families globally, forced to flee their countries due to the ravages of war, discrimination, and other adversities. This initiative serves as a twofold dedication – to the families in Africa denied the fundamental resource of clean water and to those across the world facing displacement, navigating a challenging journey wrought with uncertainties.
Access to clean, safe water can be life-changing for communities in need. I first learned about the vital importance of wells through a my visit highlighting the daily struggles of a small village in Ethiopia. The images of families, especially young children, walking for miles in the hot sun to collect water from a distant, dirty pond were heartbreaking.