We can help. With your help.

For more than 5 years, the Purify Project has been providing resources and compassion to the very poorest of children in Tanzania. But we can’t do this lifesaving work without your help. Whether you can make a large financial contribution, a small monetary gift or volunteer, we sincerely appreciate your support in our mission.

Considering a gift? The Purify Project is a non-profit organization. All generous donations are tax deductible.

Contaminated drinking water is estimated to cause 502,000 deaths each year.

– World Health Organization

Who does my donation help?

Your donation will support the efforts of volunteers as they provide clean water to primary and secondary school-age children in remote villages in Tanzania. By providing purified water systems, children are able to attend school more regularly and reach their full potential.

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What organizations are involved?

It takes cooperation from several resourceful organizations and individual volunteers to ensure that the Purify Project works to improve the health and well being of the people of Tanzania.  

Thanks to collaborative partnerships with Green Tanzania, Christ the King, Diocese of Moshi, Outreach Program and Mwenga University, the Purify Project has already installed 20 purification systems. And we’re ready to fill more cups.

How do I volunteer?

There is nothing like looking into the eyes of a child who needs your help. Being able to improve their quality of life with just a few days of hard work is priceless. 

Volunteer team members will work hand-in-hand with a local contractor to visit sites and help install clean water purification systems. All necessary training will be provided, and no previous experience is needed. Specific locations in Tanzania will be determined as the project grows and outreach continues.  

To experience the Purify Project first-hand and put your skills to work for children in need, please reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator.


3 in 10 people worldwide (2.1 billion) lack access to safe, readily available water at home.

– WHO/UNICEF July 2017