Flood relief in SouthWest India
As you know, it takes a lot of trust to try to help out financially in far away places.
Here is a chance to make a huge impact through a trusted channel in a flood-ravaged village of 7,000 vulnerable people in South Western India.
Charity in Action had been offered the opportunity to help raise funds for a village that was hit hard by recent floods. We are partnering with the General Church and affiliates in this effort, and we are hoping to raise around $5,000.
Your contribution will help pay for water purification systems (see attached photo to see what some incoming funds have already enabled), along with many other post-disaster essentials like clothes, food, transportation, logisitics...all the basics)
Please consider helping us reach ou goal of $5,000 so we can make a huge impact and help move things along for our friends in India. Our trusted contact (Peter) works closely with village leaders and had assurances in place that the money will make an impact to those affected.
Take a look at the flooding in the area here: the region was hit hard. (video is not of the village we are fundraising for, but you will get the general picture of what is going on)
Our trusted friend Peter with their new reverse osmosis water filter, which will help out a bunch.
An anonymous friendly has offered to match incoming donations from now until Labor Day!
Donate $100, we get $200. Donate $20, we get $40. You get it.
The hope is to reach $5,000 ASAP and get it to Peter in India, who will put the money where it needs to go in the village of 7000 people.
Here is video from the specific region we are helping:
This is a combined effort with Charity in Action, the Bryn Athyn General Church, and affiliated congregations.
Help us do our part with a few bucks.
Clayton C. Walsh
Charity in Action
Bryn Athyn, Pa.