Birthday Pledge old - Clean Drinking Water for Developing Countries

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You have learned that 800 million people do not have safe drinking water!


We all have Birthdays let's use them to help people who have less than us. Pledge to give up your next birthday, ask for donations instead of gifts, and help change lives for the better!

Thank You for starting a birthday campaign!

A birthday campaign is easy. Instead of birthday presents, ask your family and friends to donate to clean water projects for your big day. 100% of the money you raise will go to build clean water projects to help people. If your birthday is not for a while, don't worry. We'll remind you when it gets near.

If you have any questions just let us know and we'll be happy to help you.

You can start with Facebook and Twitter, but the key to success is email.

Example email:

Hi Guys,

My birthday is coming up and if possible could you send a donation to instead of buying me a gift. This donation is going to help people in developing countries have clean, safe drinking water. Today some 800 million who do not have it now. I pretty much have everything I need and feel these people could use a little help. 100% of your donation will be spent on clean water projects.

Just so Geo-Life knows this donation is for my campaign, in the part "ADD SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR DONATION", just put my name in and it will go toward my Birthday Campaign.  To make a donation just go to  and click Donate. You can give with a credit card or follow the instruction for writing a check.

Too many people are becoming sick and dying from waterborne deceases and we have a chance to do something about it. So please make my birthday a meaningful one.



Once you sign up, we'll send you a donate link to share with your family and friends.

It doesn't matter if you raise a lot of money.
Remember $20 can give a person clean drinking water for several years. Helping just one person live a healthy life is a lot!!!

Don't forget to

"How wonderful that no one need wait a single moment to improve the world." -Anne Frank

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