After learning about the clean water crisis, Ally Tate has joined in the efforts of many groups and charitable organizations around the world to help make a positive difference.
While raising awareness on her own in her local area, Ally Tate has had many great experiences supporting and working with various water charities and organizations worldwide. Ally Tate understands how fortunate she is to have access to clean water and sanitation. She hopes to be able to provide these resources to more and more individuals and reduce the amount of death and disease from water related diseases through her hard work and support.
Listed below are a few wonderful organizations supporting and growing awareness for the clean water cause.
Water.org is one of the largest and most well known organizations involved in solving the global water crisis. Founded less than ten years ago in 2009, Water.org has provided clean water access to over three million people worldwide. Ally Tate has worked with this organization for the past two years in fundraising efforts that have helped men, women, and children, in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Blood:Water is dedicated to bringing an end to the HIV/AIDS and water crises in Africa. With the help of supporting organizations and partners, Blood:Water aims to provide solutions to individual communities based on their specific needs through the construction of clinics, wells, latrines, rain tanks, biosand filters, and more.
The Thirst Project was established as a way to get students and other younger generations involved in making the world a better place. Ally Tate learned about this organization while in college and has continued to help make great contributions through their creative efforts and strategies. Since its development in the summer of 2008 by a small group of college kids, The Thirst Project has raised over 8 million dollars, serving over 302,327 people in 13 countries.