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 more days…you’ve got this), we wanted to share some of the amazing stories that made it so great.

Below you’ll pictures and stories from 10 Days students across the country. We want to hear from you too! Send us pictures, updates, and stories from your 10 Days experience so we can share them with the community.

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“As I learned more and more about the water crisis, my heart broke for those that were struggling to attain such a basic necessity as clean water. I shared what I knew about the water crisis and why it meant so much to me to my friends and family and told them about the magnitude of the impact they can have just by donating a small amount. I was amazed by the generosity that I’ve witnessed in the short amount of time. It’s been truly beautiful to see Christ working in the hearts of so many for such an amazing cause.”

– Mary Amsler
Texas A&M


“I heard about the 10 days my freshman year, and I helped raise funds by selling shirts and stickers on campus. This year, I had spent part of my summer in Africa, and I had a new perspective of what clean water wells could do for those without. I shared my personal experience in Zambia and how the 10 Days would allow others to give through pledging to drink only water and donating. I am eager to see how the project affects everyone in different ways and to see the effect that clean water and the gospel can have.”

– Ellen Armstrong
Oklahoma University




The 10 Days is almost over, but there’s still plenty of time to donate! So far you’ve helped raise over $63,000. We’re so close to passing last year’s amount.

Share your 10 Days story with your friends and family and encourage them to donate so we can impact even more of our neighbors in Rwanda. 

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