Hike for H2O

Hike for H2O

Hike for H2O logo

June 13 – August 16, 2020

Get outdoors, hike a trail and benefit those in need of clean water. 

Join the hiking challenge

Hike for H2O is a virtual event, which means you complete your hike anywhere you choose. Commit to trail walking 4, 28 or 100 miles during the event period. Receive a wicking shirt and completion patch commemorating your participation. Post your miles and photos on social media to help raise awareness of this fundraising challenge. #HikeforH2O @HikeforH2O.

www.HikeforH2O.org

Trail cutting through a mountain side.

Provide new wells in Africa

Water is essential for life. And yet, more than 2 billion people live without easy access to clean water. In many countries across the world, women and children walk 4 miles each day to gather dirty water that often causes disease and death.

There is a simple solution: build new wells, educate and help community members implement a sustainability plan. Organizations are successfully changing the course of life for many living in Africa.

Clean water running through a pair of black hands.

How YOU can HELP!

Together, we can improve the quality of life for those living without clean water. Our goal is simple: 365 people, each walking 4 miles and raising $100. $36,500 will provide LIFELONG fresh water for 7,000 people.

How can you help?

Laughing African children gathered with their hands under a spigot of running water.

Nonprofit partners

There are many organizations doing great work in countries where water poverty is a way of life.  Learn more about the 3 organizations participating in the Hike for H2O fundraising event.

Water for Good, serving the Central African Republic since 2003.

Let them LOL, creating change in Sierra Leone since 2009.

Global Samaritans, working in Southern Zambia since 2002.

Young African boy drink fresh water from a pump.

Registration proceeds and financial donations benefit the Hike for H2O partners: Water for Good, Let Them LOL and Global Samaritans.

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