Everyday People Initiating Change

As many of you know, I travel to Tanzania every year to help build clean water wells in remote villages. Whilst this is the biggest and my critical part of the work we do, our relations go so much deeper than this. We support these villages, people and children with providing education programs on health, hygiene and sustainability for their future. 

About E.P.I.C

E.P.I.C began in 2005 to bring clean drinking water to developing countries throughout Africa, over the years they have also began implementing other activities which support education, health, hygiene, hunger and various other community development programs. This foundation was built with the intention to change lives physically and mentally, these projects provide a platform for people to get involved with some inspiring and transforming work to increase the good in the world. Through continued physical and financial support we are able to change these people’s environments for the better and offer them a healthier future. 

Where will your money go?

100 % of donations will be going towards this cause and the work in which we do in Tanzania. 

Some inclusions are; material costs, labour, education training, water project maintenance,  transportation and food.

When do I leave?

I travel back to Tanzania every year. My next trip is September 2019. 

My goal

My financial goal is to raise $10,000 AUD by the time I leave but my personal goal is to continue to spread love by building strong and lastly relations with these beautiful souls by helping support, educate and guide them towards a sustainable, healthy and happy future. 

My request

The work that is done in these communities can not happen without the support of those financially more fortunate. If you are able please make a donation, big or small it doesn’t matter, every dollar helps. I can guarantee you that your money is safe and secure. 

Facts about water shortages in Africa

- Women and children in the developing world spend over 200 million hours every day collecting water from distant and often polluted areas – World Health Organisation

- Water-borne illness, such as malaria and cholera account for over half of the diseases affecting the population – Tanzania National Website

- 1 in 9 people worldwide do not have access to safe and clean drinking water – The Water Project

- By investing in clean water alone, young children around the world can gain more than 413 million days of health – The Water Project

Learn more about E.P.I.C -> http://www.epicthemovement.org/ 


I want to take the time to thank all of you in advance for your support and generosity, even if you're not in a position to donate thank you for watching and reading. Please take the time to share with friends, family, colleagues and anyone who you feel may be interested in getting involved. Help us make a change! 

Plus, if anyone is interested in coming on one of these trips please reach out to me personally, it's an experience you will never forget. 

Much love 

Lisa Jean x


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