Walk for Wells WALK-A-THON – 2014

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Walk for Wells WALK-A-THON

Walk With Us!

Join The Walk For Wells
WALK-A-THON 2014 TEAM.

Click here to join the team and set up your own fundraising campaign on behalf of the Walk For Wells WALK-A-THON 2014. It’s easy to create and easy to share with family and friends to bring clean water to Alenga, Uganda.

NOTE:
You don’t have to walk in order to join the team and raise money for the WALK-A-THON 2014.

If you are unable to join us, consider making a donation to the Walk For Wells WALK-A-THON below. Simply click Donate and then select a Team Member you would like to support for the event.

Donate to Walk For Wells 2014

Come walk with us to bring clean water to our friends in Alenga, Uganda.

WHERE:
The Naperville River Walk Pavilion.
500 West Jackson Ave.
Naperville, IL

WHEN:
July 26th, 2014
8:00am registration
9:00am walk begins, walk 1.75 miles

REGISTRATION:
$20.00 per person.
Register in person or join our Walk-A-Thon Razoo Fundraising Team.
Share with your friends and family to raise additional funds.

A well costs $10,000.00 to install in Alenga, Uganda. If 100 people join us and raise $100.00 each, we can drill a well and save lives.

Just ask friends and family to sponsor you to Walk for Wells.
Please register online, create a team and make fundraising easy.
Sponsors can pay online at either www.notekaracel.org or with cash or check at the event. All contributions to Walk For Wells Walk-A-Thon are tax deductible.

Jack Ryan, Sophomore at North Central College has organized this event. Please come out and support him in his efforts. Jack has visited Alenga, Uganda and has seen with his own eyes the great need.

T-shirts, note cards, and handmade jewelry and purses from Uganda will be available for purchase.

In solidarity with our friends in Alenga we will not serve food or beverage at this event. We will carry gallons of water as we walk to experience in a very small way the struggle of walking long distances to collect water from the Nile River.

In Alenga some women walk hours to collect dirty water for their house hold use.

Together we can make a difference!