Below you will find answers to what Generosity.org does, who we support, and much more. If you feel you have a question that is unanswered, please email us at email@example.com.
WHY CLEAN WATER?
Clean water affects every area of life and 663 million people currently live without it. Access to clean water is what opens the doors for households to stay healthy, for children to go to school, and for men and women to build businesses that support their families.
How does Generosity.org select its implementing partners?
Generosity.org partners with organizations who have a local presence on the ground in the areas where we work. We choose partners who offer community training on proper sanitation & hygiene practices and empower local individuals to care for and maintain their clean water project. Our partners also offer maintenance and support to ensure these communities continue to have access to clean water for years to come.
What percentage of my donation goes directly toward programs?
When you donate to Generosity.org, 60% of your donation will go directly to programs, while 40% is used to fund operations and ensure that our programs are continuing to serve communities properly for years to come.
Does Generosity.org plan to expand outside of clean water?
Yes! Generosity.org is excited to announce that we are beginning to expand beyond clean water into several other key areas of holistic community development. For more information on these areas, please click on “The Why” tab at the top of our homepage and get a sneak peek the exciting expansions we have planned!
How can I fund a full water project, and will I receive any report back?
When you fund a full water project with Generosity.org, you will receive a full water report with details outlining the location and GPS coordinates of your project, as well as community information, and photos/testimonies from community members who have been impacted by your generosity.
Is Generosity.org a faith-based organization?
Generosity.org is [a registered nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. We are] passionate about helping solve the clean water and sanitation crisis that is a desperate situation for millions of people in our world today. We are committed to demonstrating the generous and unconditional love of God by caring for the impoverished, with the same generosity taught by Jesus, regardless of someone’s faith.
Is Generosity.org a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit?
Is my donation tax-deductible?
Yes! As Generosity.org is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, all donations given to Generosity.org will be tax-deductible. When you give online through our website or Classy platform, you will automatically be emailed a donation receipt for your records. If needed, our registered Tax ID number is EIN 26-3993752.
How can I become involved with Generosity.org?
There are several ways to get involved with Generosity.org! You can become a fundraiser, start a club at your school to raise awareness, or apply for our Brand Ambassador program. Visit our “The Opportunity” tab for more information, or email our Community Engagement Coordinator, Antonia Buban, for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does your team ever visit schools or offices for special presentations?
Yes! We love to share the mission of Generosity.org and raise awareness around how we can come together to break the cycle of poverty, restore dignity, and inspire dreams. Email our Community Engagement Coordinator, Antonia Buban, for more details at email@example.com.
Can I go on a volunteer trip with Generosity.org?
Currently, Generosity.org does not have any opportunities to participate in volunteer trips. We do, however, partner with organizations like Living Water International who offer such opportunities. Click HERE for more information.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BUILD A WELL AND HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
The average cost for building and maintaining a water well is $14,000. Once a well is fully funded, it takes 10-12 months to complete construction and receive back reporting. To start your very own campaign, click HERE and then click “Become A Fundraiser”.