Build a Well

Your donation brings clean water to people in need. Build a Water Well today.

Globally, 5,000 children die from drinking dirty water every day.

785 million people in this world do not have access to safe, clean water.

In developing countries, around 80% of all illnesses are due to contaminated water and poor sanitation.

Don’t let dirty water end a life.

Donate today to bring safe, clean water to communities around the world. Remember, even small change can make a big difference!

Thirst Relief Hand Pumps and Deep Water Wells Building a well is an excellent way to honor the memory of a loved one. Help save those lives by providing communities with access to clean, safe water starting at $450 per well.

Bring Thirst Relief to Those in Need

Reliable access to clean water could save thousands of lives each day.

With proper sanitation and easy access to fresh, clean water, communities can flourish and people everywhere can stay happy and healthy. Our Thirst Relief appeal provides clean water to communities in Asia, Africa and the Middle East by building deep wells, setting up Solar Panel Water and Power Centres, and providing sustainable water and hygiene solutions.

A monthly donation of as little as $80 could build a well for a community in need – that’s only $2.60 a day!


With your Thirst Relief donations you’ll be providing entire communities not only with the simple gift of clean, but you’ll be providing them with the pathway out of poverty. Dependable access to safe, clean water means that drinking, cooking, washing, watering crops, hydrating animals and making wudu no longer come with the threat of disease.

It also allows women and children fetching water to do so with ease, instead of having to travel for miles, carrying heavy buckets of water. This saves them time and effort, giving them the chance to go to school, work or spend time looking after their families.

Donate a well today to bring clean water to thousands of people!


The Prophet Muhammad (saw) said:

“The best charity is giving water to drink.” (Ahmad)