2nd Annual Celebration & Fundraiser - November 7, 2020
It's virtual this year!
Celebrate Virtually with Us
Two of our water partners
Coban, May 2016
Chisec, February 2019
Raise Funds Virtually with Us
For a water purification system for our 7th partner
Camotan Medical Clinic
Serving the small town and mountain villages
Contribute Early with Us
Starting Friday October 30
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Choose from Water System Parts, Health & Spiritual Education, and Trip Expenses
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Previews of our Video Virtual Fundraiser
Friday Oct 30 - Dr. Joel, Camotan Clinic
Monday Nov 2 - Whitney, Clean Hands & Clean Water
Wednesday Nov 4 - Pastor Loye, Sustaining the Project
Watch the Virtual Video Event with Us
Premier Saturday November 7 at 10:00am
Congrats Clean Water U Grads!
Water Project Management - Cathy
Health & Spiritual Education - Lisa & Yvette
Water System Installation - Loye & Marlene
Five more GMP members are now trained to lead our water mission teams. They attended 4 and a 1/2 days of virtual training classes given by Living Waters for the World.
Training new and current members ensures that we have a bench-strength of leaders for new water projects and follow-up visits.
A total of 15 members are now Clean Water U graduates. Three of whom are trained in two areas. Most importantly, all equipped to train our water partners so they can produce clean water for generations.
Our Next Project!
Dr. Joel co-founded the Clinic in the small town of Camotan in 2018.
The Clinic offers primary care from obstetrics and pediatrics to dental care and geriatrics. His goal is providing health care to the townspeople and the thousands of native people in the mountains above who suffer from extreme poverty.
Dr. Joel has a heart for mission and a passion to heal and serve. He divides his time between seeing patients every month at the Clinic and practicing as a hospitalist at Lutheran Medical Center in Wheatridge CO.
The installation date is on hold due to the pandemic. However, Dr. Joel consults from Denver via WhatsApp and continues to send needed medical supplies.
The nurse and dentist continue to be busy seeing patients in the clinic. They also make house calls to the villages in the mountains above the town.