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Safe Water Open Since 2022 on a golf ball

It may seem like a meeting of opposites, but Healing Waters International’s inaugural Safe Water Open brings sport and charity together seamlessly. Golf enthusiasts and players will gather at the award winning Ridge at Castle Pines North on September 28, 2022 to kick off the tournament. The event includes a round of golf, the $20K Pebble…

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Unfortunately, everyone in the world does not have access to clean water. In fact, one-third of the world’s population does not have safe water to drink. When people are forced to use contaminated water for drinking, bathing, and cooking, the results are catastrophic. Every year, more than one million people die from diseases carried by contaminated…

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The importance of quality water cannot be understated. In parts of the world without access to safe and clean drinking water, humanity suffers from malnutrition, dehydration, and death from preventable diseases. At Healing Waters, our mission is to provide the basic human right of access to clean and safe water and sanitation practices to all. What…

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Stories of site inaugurations are some of our favorites. In partnership with Food for the Hungry, one of our latest site inaugurations occurred at Cristo Redentor, a community in the Dominican Republic where cholera has recently run rampant. As our headquarters staff took in the story of Cristo Redentor, we were reminded just how crucial access to clean…

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Today we are going back to the basics. We believe that to truly understand the Global Water Crisis and its effect on the world, it is important to understand the history of countries where we are working to partner with communities to bring access to clean water. Our Director of Field Development & Partnerships, JJ Gomez, has…

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There have been quite a few times in my life when I have heard about natural disasters, the earthquake in Haiti in 2010 and various tsunamis and hurricanes. It seems like there is always something for the news to report. We live in a big world. In the past, I have heard the stories of devastation…

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by Susannah McQuitty, 1040.com “What we’re doing this week is not necessarily ’missions‘ work. This is a Vision Trip.” No matter how many different ways I try to describe our time in Guatemala, Kayla’s words have always felt the most accurate. We talk a lot about vision these days – in our businesses, our lives, our churches –…

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This article touches on an issue that is near to our hearts. Read what the Huffington Post has to say about Children’s Right to Learn. This month our children, and children around the world, return to the classroom. It’s an exciting, busy time with parents everywhere focused on setting up their children for success — making…

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The tragic story of Walter inspired such sacrificial love through the couple featured in this video. The Mineras have challenged us to reevaluate what it really means to live as Christ has called us to live. We hope you are encouraged as you watch their story. Share this video, help us tell the story.

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