WaterHarvest has a great community of supporters – people like you who want to make a difference. There are many ways you can join us and help bring clean water to remote, vulnerable communities.
We Need Your Help
As a small organisation, volunteers make a huge difference to our work. Whether its fundraising, lending specialist skills or other ways.
WaterHarvest has a wonderful community of supporters around the world. We welcome ideas, suggestions and debate.
Get In Touch
Below are some of the ways in which you can help us. If you have other ideas, please get in touch as we would love to hear from you.
Could you fundraise for us? There are many different ways to fundraise. Marathons, half marathons, bake sales, water walks, swimming the English channel and quizzes are just some of the things supporters have done to raise funds for WaterHarvest.
Join Us As A Volunteer
As a small charity, we rely on volunteers. Having people who can help on specific areas makes a huge difference to our programmes and enables us to do more – and ultimately help more people. If you would like to volunteer, please get in touch.
A Will For Water
A gift in your will is a gift of life for families fighting water poverty in rural communities around the world. There are many different types of gifts, including a specific sum, a specific item or a share of your estate. To leave a gift in a will specific wording must be used and your solicitor will usually lay this out for you.
Become A Corporate Partner
Our strong values, innovative approach and relentless focus on efficiency means being a WaterHarvest corporate partner is very rewarding. We can create a standalone programme or a corporate partnership can be part of a larger programme. We would love to discuss your CSR policy and see if we can be part of your vision.
Other Ways To Join Us
Through CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) ‘Give as you Earn’ you can set up donations from your pre tax salary to any UK charitable organisation. It is one of the most efficient ways to give.
Help rural communities source clean water
Over 2 billion people around the world do not have access to safely managed drinking water services. Around 80% of these people live in rural communities. We work with local communities to provide clean drinking water to last mile communities.
£4 provides a family in rural India with clean water at home for a month.
£70 pays for a class of 30 children in Uganda to have water at school for over 10 years.
£1,150 sets up a sustainable clean drinking water business in Ghana.