CWH on Crossroads “Give Life”

Two weeks ago we welcomed a production/film crew from Crossroads in Canada. It was a great experience having them here, and we’ve been eagerly awaiting the program where the segment about Clean Water for Haiti would air.

Yesterday, during their “Give Life” telethon that segment aired. We are so grateful to Cheryl, Greg, Dave and the rest of the production team at Crossroads for the beautiful way they represented Clean Water for Haiti and most of all, the Haitian people.

THIS. This is what we do. And THIS. This is why we’re here.

The community where most of the filming took place is Ti Dedune, a very rural area just down river from where the Cholera outbreak happened. CWH has been installing filters in this area for the last year and the people there are very happy to have this option for better health. (The lady at the end that says, “Mesi Crossroads” loves Chris, and every time he goes out there she comes to see him and they have lengthy chats :) )

Please take a few minutes to watch the segment. Other than getting on a plane, this is the best way you can see our staff in action, the communities we work in, and the people that we exist to help and serve. Just click on the photo to go to the video.

Crossroads Clip

All donations through the Crossroads Give Life telethon will go into their Relief & Development fund, then get distributed accordingly to their on the ground partners like us. If you would like to make a direct tax deductible donation to Clean Water for Haiti (in the US) or CWH Foundation (in Canada) to support the work we’re doing in Haiti, please visit the How to Give page on our website.

Thank you for your continued support!

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