The Well Blog

Day 10: The Final Day


You’ve made it to the final day of the 10 Days. You’re probably already planning on getting back to your regular morning coffee routine, swinging by Sonic’s happy hour after class, or chugging a Red Bull to fuel a late night study session. Yep, we’ve missed it too.

The 10 Days ends tomorrow, but the work of striving to love our neighbors, do justice, and walk humbly with God is endless. Tomorrow, your small, everyday decisions will still matter as much as they have the past 10 days.

Choosing to remember that 663 million people live without access to safe water—and choosing to remember that we can help change that—is an ongoing process. And it can be hard. Advocating for real, tangible, life-saving change isn’t easy…but it’s always worth it.


Our hope—our prayer—for you is that your 10 Days experience will have a lasting impact on how you view what it means to love and serve our neighbors, whether they live across the hall or across the ocean.

Ready for one more day of nice, refreshing water? As of right now, we’ve raised close to $69,000—enough to fund 3 1/2 well projects in Rwanda. Today is the day to share your fundraising page and encourage your friends, family, church, and community to donate. Let’s finish strong!…

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Day 9: Share Your 10 Days Story

One of the coolest things about participating in the 10 Days is that you’re now part of a community of thousands of students from coast to coast who are united by a commitment to ending the water crisis.

This 10 Days has been the best one ever, and as we near the end (just 2 …

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Day 7: Stories of Hope in Rwanda


The 10 Days has been a part of Living Water’s work since 2010. In the past 6 years, we’ve seen wells drilled, lives changed, and communities blessed.

Last year, the 10 Days raised more than $70,000 for safe water projects, directly impacting at least 286 families in Rwanda.

We’ve been talking a lot about what …

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Day 5: We’re Halfway There


Congrats! You’ve made it to the halfway point. Go ahead, crank up some Bon Jovi and celebrate. We won’t judge. You’ve earned it.

Alright, now that you’ve got that out of your system, it’s time to finish strong.

At the heart of the 10 Days is the belief that thousands of small, everyday choices can …

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Day 4: Donate Today To Double Your Impact


Four days in! You still with us? Caffeine headaches kicking in? Yep, us too. Here’s some super exciting news to take your mind off that Starbucks you pass on your way to class.

A generous donor has agreed to match all of today’s 10 Days donations, dollar for dollar, up to $14,000.

How incredible is …

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Day 3: A Tragedy in Rwanda


During the 10 Days, we talk a lot about serving our neighbors in Rwanda. But out of the 663 million people in the world who live without safe water, why are we focusing specifically on Rwanda?

In 1994, Rwanda experienced Africa’s worst genocide in modern times. Estimates vary, but at least 500,000 people—and possibly more …

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Day 2: The Great Milk Debate


There’s an important—and controversial—question every 10 Days participant must wrestle with:

Is it okay to use milk in your cereal during the 10 Days?

Scholars, philosophers, ethicists, and 10 Days leaders have debated this question for many years, and we’re still no closer to a solid “yes” or “no” answer. Let’s review the main arguments.…

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Day 1: Choose To Remember


Today’s the day.

No more coffee. No more soda. No more sweet tea (sorry Southerners). No more Red Bull. No more happy hours.

For 10 Days, we’re giving it all up.

We’re choosing to remember the 663 million people around the world who lack access to safe water. And we’re choosing to remember that our …

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10 Days 2015 Update: Safe Water for 286 Families

Last year 1,138 college students from 17 different universities participated in the 10 Days and raised $71,386 for clean water. Today we have some exciting news to report from Rwanda.

The 10 Days 2015 campaign funded water projects that will benefit 286 families.

For the communities blessed by these projects (Remera 1, Remera 2, Ngurukizi …

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