For over 20 years LIFE Outreach International has been committed to feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, taking care of orphans and sharing true life to people in need. LIFE’s “Water for LIFE” Program is active in over 30 nations on 5 continents.

In the last ten years alone, LIFE Outreach has provided over 2500 fresh water-wells through the “Water for LIFE” Program. Each well provides a lifetime amount of safe drinking water for those in the immediate area.


Since 1991, Living Water International has been an implementer of participatory, community-based water solutions in developing nations. In its 24-year history, Living Water International has completed over 16,000 community water projects in 26 countries. These projects provide safe, clean water to 10.5 million people every day.

Each water solution completed with Living Water International is carefully recorded by GPS coordinates, multiple photos, the name and type of the water project, number of people served, description of the old water source, and other valuable information. The financial supporter of the water project is often recognized with a “virtual” plaque, published through Google Earth.

Living Water International currently operates in Africa, Latin America, India and Romania. Living Water International provides safe water through a three-pronged approach of training, equipping and consulting with national and international teams and organizations as well as managing Living Water International-named NGOs. In addition to directly implementing deep-well solutions, Living Water International offers world-class training programs in shallow well drilling, pump repair, and hygiene education, which have equipped thousands of volunteers and professionals in the basics of integrated water solutions since 1997. These training programs also help a community to better understand the need for clean water and build a greater sense of community ownership in the water solution. Health and hygiene education includes basic principles of sanitation, hand washing, keeping water clean, germs, nutrition, oral hygiene, daily hygiene behavior, and disease transmission and prevention.


Sower of Seeds International (S.O.S. International) works to bring resources and hope to India’s underprivileged. Since 1991 S.O.S. has adopted a grass roots approach to development and empowerment in India.

S.O.S. programs are actively touching over 300,000 lives every day through 5 main models of community development: Water Projects, Schools, Feeding Programs, Homes for Orphaned and Abandoned Children, and Leadership Training.