The John Mashaka Foundation

The John Mashaka Charitable Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) entity established to help people living under unbearable human conditions. The organizations was established to alleviate and address basic human needs such as Education, health, Economic,Agriculture, Environmental and above all greatest of all necessities; Water, a basic need, and commodity for survival. It also focusing on empowering women and the youth
Nov 23, 2016

Imagine The Holiday Season Without Water

Manila village didn’t know anything called clean water since the inception of the universe. When water started following in Manila Village in 2015, Klaria, a lady 92, years old walked to the well, asked for a bucket of water, when she got the backed full of water, she managed to take a sip and smiled.

Apparently, Klaria had not drank water for a couple of days because she had no strength to fetch water 22 km away, neither had she taken a bath for six months

Her last words were, “I am glad we finally have water in our village. I am sad though, that I won’t live to enjoy it, but my grandchildren will. God is great” . with help from another young lady, Klaria asked for the water in the bucket to be poured into her body. She then walked back home. The following morning, Klaria was no-more. She passed away

We spend so much on things we don’t need. We waste water, yet some are dying to have a sip. Let your inner self speak loudly, speak for change, and make a difference today. Donate water save a woman from rape and physical torture.

Help a child go to school. Join us in making the world a better place. Let your good deeds speak on the judgment day. Save more Klaria before they die because they can’t get water.

The Foundation is trying to expand the water distribution. During this holiday season, We need your help, help us spread the word to co-workers family and friends. Save a life thousands of miles away

Sep 20, 2016

A Moving Story of Life Without Water

Dear Supporter,

When water started following in Manila Village, Klaria, a lady 92, years old walked to the well, asked for a bucket of water, when she got the backed full of water, she managed to take a sip and smiled. Apparently, Klaria had not drank water for a couple of days because she had no strength to fetch water 22 km away, neither had she taken a bath for six months

Her last words were, “I am glad we finally have water in our village. I am sad though, that I won’t live to enjoy it, but my grandchildren will. God is great” . with help from another young lady, Klaria asked for the water in the bucket to be poured into her body. She then walked back home. The following morning, Klaria was no-more. She passed away

We spend so much on things we don’t need. We waste water, yet some are dying to have a sip. Let your inner self speak loudly, speak for change, and make a difference today. Donate water save a woman from rape and physical torture. Help a child go to school. Join us in making the world a better place. Let your good deeds speak on the judgment day. Save more Klaria before they die because they can’t get water.

The Foundation is trying to expand the water distribution. We need your help, help us spread the word to co-workers family and friends.

Aug 18, 2016

Lives Have Changed with your Help

The Water Tanks Ready for Use
The Water Tanks Ready for Use

Dear Supporter,

There is nothing so meaningful in man’s life than having water. For the first time since the inception of the world, we are seeing hope in a community that was forgotten. Positive change with new hope. Women are physically clean, and healthy looking. You will know the importance of  water in human life by visiting Manila Village.

Lives have been changed. Where women and children used to walk more than 23KM a day in pursuit of less than 3 gallons of water, spending almost a whole day. Now, at their doorsteps, five minutes away, they are getting clean safe, drinking water.

This project is not stopping here. We are expanding it. We need to add additional pipes for the water to reach many in the community, we are in need of additional pipes that will supply water within a five miles radius

The Manila water project has changed lives. It has brought a relief and a big impact to the lives of the people. Children are now getting a chance to go to school. Women are having time to engage in other economic activities. Above all waterborne illnesses have been significantly reduced if not eliminated. The residents are now walking less than five minutes to fetch, clean and safe drinking water

This would not have been possible without help from people like you. We are grateful to part of Global giving, due to what its members and supporters are doing across the world. We need your support. Donate into this worthy cause We need to get this water to many more than 3500 people.

Our Journey to make the world a better place has just started. We are counting on you, please give us a hand we need to continue making water available to the needy. Support us, pass the word to friends and co-workers. We are counting on you

Thanks

A Relief to the comunity
A Relief to the comunity
American Friends Visited the site
American Friends Visited the site
children Playing At the Well site
children Playing At the Well site
Children Excited about Water coming to the Village
Children Excited about Water coming to the Village
 
   

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