In the united states

The situation is dire. 46 million Americans lack access to safe drinking water. 229 million Americans drink contaminated water. Over 2 million Americans have no running water.

Only with your help can we make a change, one drop at a time.


At Earth Water, our purpose is unwavering and warm-hearted: we're here to put an end to water pollution across the United States. As a charity, our lifeblood comes from the generosity of donors like you. With your support, we're installing filtration systems, spreading knowledge, and providing reusable water bottles, all to transform lives and rejuvenate communities. Together, we're on a journey to guarantee everyone has access to clean water. We're committed to this cause and will persist in our efforts until the water crisis is a thing of the past. Your donations are essential in helping us continue this fight.

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We do this to serve all the people in America.

Breaking News

Michael Philis


While failures of big city water systems attract the attention, it’s small communities like Keystone, West Virginia that more often are left unprotected by destitute and unmaintained water providers

Lynee Peeples

Great Lakes Now, PBS

Millions more Americans may be drinking unsafe water without anyone knowing because limits set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are too high.

Katie Langin

In any given year from 1982 to 2015, somewhere between 9 million and 45 million Americans got their drinking water from a source that was in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act, according to a new study

Sarah Ganim


The US Environmental Protection Agency says the nation needs $743 billion to fix America’s water system

Keep Your Family safe

We urge you to help us to put water filtration systems into people's homes. Every day 46 Million people are affected by dirty, contaminated water. Everyone deserves clean drinking water.

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