Founder Philip Wagner
Eleven years ago, after the UN stated that 1.1 billion people did not have access to clean water, Philip Wagner decided to take action, believing we could make a difference by providing clean water for drinking and sanitation needs, one community at a time. These efforts led to the founding of the nonprofit organization Generosity.org.
The UN’s current estimate is that 663 million do not have access to clean water. Now, eleven years later, with the help of his son Jordan Wagner, his long time friend, Justin Beckett, the incredible supporters, and implementing partners, Generosity.org has funded 819 water projects, serving more than 470,000 people in 20 different countries.
This has been the mission for over a decade. This is an inspiring impact! But a great need still exists for millions of people who live without clean water, and we are committed to see this crisis end, one community at a time.
The mission of Generosity.org, is to break the cycle of poverty, restore dignity, and inspire dreams. That is why we are focusing, not only on clean water, but seven other areas as well, for a more holistic and sustainable community development. The spirit of generosity is not only about being generous ourselves, but empowering and equipping the people we help, to become generous themselves.
We are expanding to encompass these key areas: water & sanitation, medical aid, education, family support, economic development, legal assistance, disaster relief, and mentorship through our Field of Dreams baseball project in Haiti. By focusing on these strategic aspects of community development, we will be working to give clean water… and so much more.
WATER AND SO MUCH MORE
The future of Generosity.org is so much more than just ending the clean water crisis. As we expand into other areas of focus including Education, Medical Aid, Mentorship, Family Support, Economic Development, Legal Assistance, and Disaster Relief, your ongoing support is vital to the future success of the communities Generosity.org is impacting.
WATER & SANITATION
Generosity.org will continue providing sustainable clean water solutions, as well as community training on healthy sanitation and hygiene practices, in the communities where we work.
By providing medical supplies and taking medical teams to communities without access to medical care, Generosity.org will support the health and wellbeing of individuals and families.
As part of our mission, Generosity.org will support individuals and communities to improve education, as well as provide support for long-term schooling and training.
In addition to supporting the development of and training for healthy family relationships, Generosity.org will care specifically for widows and orphans, as well as provide aid and support for refugees and their families
FIELD OF DREAMS HAITI: MENTORSHIP
The Field of Dreams – Haiti, is an initiative where young men can receive mentorship through the game of baseball. This is a relational ministry that will not only help participants develop their goals and dreams, but also prepare them with the steps to pursue them. As a result, these young men will be equipped to further contribute to their team, families, and communities.
Generosity.org will support local economic development by encouraging businesses and entrepreneurship and teaching both financial and business skills to community members.
Thousands of innocent people are trafficked, enslaved, and imprisoned worldwide. Generosity.org is dedicated to removing the bondage of illegal injustices and human exploitation. We will provide aid concerning legal barriers to individual advancement.
Generosity.org supports first responders to provide medical care, food, and clean water in emergency situations internationally. We will develop teams to go to countries to assist in disasters. In addition to providing relief, we support programs that will rebuild communities for a strong future.