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Leave a permanent, positive impact in Kenya.
The water crisis affects every community and nearly every aspect of life in Africa. Good Hope, Inc., is an American-based nonprofit organization committed to addressing water scarcity one well at a time by bringing access to clean water to the disadvantaged communities of Africa. Good Hope, Inc has already built and/or supported the construction of over 6 wells since its founding in 2013. Our next fundraiser is called Kenya Run For Clean Water, where people can donate money to build a new well in the community or join the run itself.
Kapsisywa High School, where Eliud Kipchoge attended (the current Olympic Champion and the Legend who is the only human to run an unofficial marathon in less than 2hrs), will be home of this new well.
Kipchoge has been hailed as one of the greatest runners of our time, and he represents the best runners from around the globe. Through Good Hope, Inc and Eliud Kipchoge Foundation—his non-profit organization —we are inviting you to join us in this unique event.
For more details on how you can participate, check goodhopeinc.org/kipchogeforcleanwater .
Here are some perks for those who support this cause:
1) Meeting Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge in Kenya;
2) A visit to the famous High Altitude Training Centre (HATC) Iten Eldoret the Mecca of World Marathon;
3) Participate in a local fun 5k at Eliud Kipchoge’s former High School (the race will happen on the Friday of April 7th 2023 before the opening of the Well);
4) For the top fundraisers who collect at least $3,000, one man and one female will each get a roundtrip flight to Kenya.
Doing Good Together
Because of you, we were able to fund three wells in Ghana in 2016, a well in Leala, Tanzania in 2015 and a well in Moi's Bridge, Kenya in 2014 and most recently a well in Morocco (2019). These wells provide drinkable water for schools and thousands of adults and children in the surrounding villages. Prior to the wells being dug some villagers had to walk up to four miles to get drinkable water.
Check our latest Missions Trip in Kenya Africa, that took place last April 2022, where our team helped to dug a well for the local community.