Save the Rain | A CLEAN WATER CHARITY
Save the Rain teaches water starved communities in East Africa to use rain as a sustainable water supply, stopping the needless deaths caused by the global water crisis. Save the Rain is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
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JOIN US IN CELEBRATING WORLD WATER DAY

Because water touches everything,
clean water changes everything.

 

Clean water leverages transformation. It changes the trajectory of every life it touches.
It eliminates the need to forfeit one’s life to the search for water. Your kindness can create that change.

 

100% OF PUBLIC DONATIONS DIRECTLY FUND OUR PROJECTS
GIVE THE GIFT OF CLEAN WATER

OUR MISSION

 

Every 15 seconds a child dies from lack of access to clean water. Save the Rain teaches water-starved communities in East Africa to use rain as a sustainable water supply, stopping the needless deaths caused by the Global Water Crisis. To achieve our mission, we educate communities to harvest the rain through roof water collection, surface water collection, and groundwater recharge. We educate recipients on the importance of reforestation, sanitation, hygiene, and sustainable agriculture through permaculture design. Our systems are built from local materials by a community elected local workforce. They require no electricity, pumping or filtration, thus assuring sustainability.

 

We are Save the Rain because saving rain saves lives.
WHO WE ARE

STORIES FROM OUR JOURNAL

  • FARAJA, GOODLUCK AND 600 WHEEL CHAIRS

    When Save the Rain came to Nkoansiyo, Goodluck was hired to cook for the builders constructing rainwater harvesting tanks for his community. After a few days, he did an unusual thing: he invited the Save the Rain team to his home to meet his six year old daughter, Faraja. At first glance, that might not seem unusual in the least – but in this community, it...

  • JEHOVENESS AND THE WWI

    Jehoveness lived in the buzzing city of Dar es Salaam, and her husband owned a business buying and selling cars. They had four beautiful young children, property, a life, a future. But then, her husband died of cancer in 2014. She and the children moved to his home village. Suddenly, everything fell away. Jehoveness’s in-laws lay claim to everything her husband owned. She was left brokenhearted...

  • MDEE AND THE SEEDS HE PLANTS FOR THE FUTURE

    Mwalimu means teacher in Swahili. With a fantastic smile, Mwalimu Mdee speaks confidently to sharing the gifts he’s received. He’s head of Usa River Primary School, with 1,265 children under his care. In 2011, Save the Rain built a rainwater harvesting tank at his school. A system was also built in 2008 at the school he was head of previously. He has long inspired the team...

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