This just in… The first opportunity to help a family in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico receive clean water and proper sanitation facilities within their home has come!
Happy New Year! We are excited for all that is to come. Be sure to check out our newly updated website, keep up with this blog and tell all of your friends about the awesome ways you’re helping those in need.
As we look into the rearview mirror and examine this past year, 2020 became one of TCWP’s best years yet!
November is the month of thankfulness. So, for this blog we wanted to say THANK YOU!
It’s official! We were able to make contact with six different Christian churches located within Navajo Nation.
We are excited to announce that we finally made it back to Puerto Penasco, Mexico!
As government and border shut downs began to occur at the wake of this pandemic we realized fairly quickly that operations might begin to change.
Because of YOUR support and an amazing partnership with i6eight, and Trinity Mennonite Church, another family has received sustainable running water throughout their home.
We are excited for what's to come in 2020!
We are helping families and communities as a whole!
We are stoked for all that is going on. Below are a few highlights from our recent trip to Puerto Penasco, Mexico.
We are excited about this month because everything is moving along well and the “Cistern Project” has been completed.
We helped sponsor the completion of a local churches bathroom by purchasing the necessary tile to complete the project.
With the heat and humidity that come along with working in Puerto Penasco in the month of May, we are taking a summer break from construction and bathroom installs.
We have completed another successful trip to see our partners and friends at i6eight in Rocky Point, Mexico. It was a one-day trip.
Water resources are often cut off to families living in the colony of San Rafael,
Imagine living day-to-day knowing that providing the basic necessities for you and your family to drink clean water, wash your hands, and bathe was personally inaccessible.
The Clear Water Project is a non-profit corporation and is tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code