What charity water can you use to help the poor?

On Saturday, the charity Water Good announced a new campaign aimed at making water more accessible and affordable for poor people.

Water Good’s new campaign, ‘Water Is Good’, aims to use water from rainwater, reclaimed water from wells and water from lakes to provide drinking water for the poor in rural areas.

The campaign aims to ensure that the water available for distribution is of a high quality and that the poor are given access to clean water for at least two months.

In its campaign video, Water Good’s executive director, Christian Dutroux, says: ‘Water is good for us.

Water is the lifeblood of our existence.

But it’s also a human right, and when it comes to the rights of the poor, there’s a big difference between water and a good drink.

“The poor are not being fed water.

We’re giving them water to drink.

The problem is that water is expensive.”

And the rich don’t pay taxes.

They use it to build luxury homes and restaurants.

Water doesn’t cost them money.

“We are not the only ones to struggle in our countries.

It is a human rights issue and it’s not something we can simply ignore.”

Water Good says the campaign aims for a 30% drop in poverty and a 60% reduction in water-related deaths.

A spokesperson for Water Good said: “Our campaign is a reflection of our belief that the best way to tackle poverty is to support the poorest people in our country.”‘

The poor aren’t being fed’Water Good said it will also provide water to the poorest in the region who do not have access to water, but will not be given the water to which they are entitled.

In the campaign video Water Good says: “We know that the most vulnerable people in the poorest areas of our society need access to the most basic of water resources, so we are launching our campaign to ensure those are not only water sources for them, but also for everyone else.”

The campaign also aims to encourage donors to contribute to Water Good, which will support communities with limited water supply.

In total, Water Great said it was supporting 6,000 families in the first month of the campaign.