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Our work with partners: The NGOs we work with have years of experience in the locations that need clean water projects the most. We contribute to their knowledge with our civil engineering and land use planning backgrounds to help them be more effective at creating water projects that are productive and safe for the people they serve. We only work with partners that have an extensive tract record of good solid work in the host country they are located in.

Our contribution to clean water projects: Geo-Life contributes in several ways: we spread awareness of the lack of clean water in developing countries to people who are willing to help. We provide project design services and educational programs to local organizations so they can produce a higher quality / value water project to the community. We also oversee the local NGOs we provide funding to and we make them accountable for the clean water project completion. This insures the work is completed as promised. We fundraise so this work can continue. We also give a communication platform to the poor, bringing back their stories to the people who have the ability to help.

100% Goes to water projects: From the beginning, Geo-Life made a firm commitment to the general public: 100% of their donations would go directly to developing countries to fund water projects. We have found another way to cover our operating expenses through private donations. We depend on private donors, foundations and sponsors to cover everything from staff salaries to all administrative costs. These donors are dedicated and their investment funds our long-term mission: to provide clean, safe drinking water to the people who need it the most. Your funds along with other donations, in that period of time, are combined. We work with our partners to determine the location that needs help the most and the clean water project begins with 100% of your donations used for this project. by Patrick Cox


Geo-Life, Inc. is designated as a Gold-level GuideStar Exchange participant, demonstrating its commitment to transparency
GuideStar, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public charity founded in 1994: their mission is to provide information that advances transparency.

Geo-Life, Inc. is a Proud Member of Google for Nonprofits
Geo-Life, Inc. is happy to announce that we have received an ongoing Google Grant in the amount of $10,000 per month in "in-kind" AdWords™ advertising, to promote our missions and initiatives on Google.com.

Geo-Life, Inc. is a partner with
YouTube for Nonprofits:

Geo-Life, Inc. is a proud partner with YouTube for Nonprofits which is here to assist nonprofits in activating a cause, tell a compelling story, and launching an effective campaign on YouTube, and is available resource for nonprofits.

Newspaper Article:
Quakertown Tackling
Flooding Problems

Article by Hilary Bentman in

Geo-Life, Inc. is a Valued Partner with GuideStar

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We are proud to announce that Temple University is including our "Quakertown Waterway Restoration" 55 minute film in their educational curriculum and will be shown to the Civil and Environmental Engineering students beginning with the 2012 fall session. See the Quakertown Waterway Restoration Video on YouTube

See the "thank you" email from Sergio E. Serrano, Ph.D.
Professor of Hydrologic Science & Engineering


Geo-Life, Inc. is proud to partner with:




100% Model
Private donations fund our operating expenses so 100% of your donations go straight to projects.


We provide design services, free of charge, to local Nonprofits and NGOs in developing countries around the world.


Why Clean Water
There are 800 million people in developing countries that do not have access to clean safe drinking water.

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