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We're not there yet but we are getting close to meeting our $20,000 match. There are 4 days left... please give if you can! Your gift literally can make the difference between life and death. The availability of clean water and learning about the Good News of Jesus Christ changes everything, bringing hope and opportunities for life.
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4 days left

We’re not there yet but we are getting close to meeting our $20,000 match.

There are 4 days left… please give if you can! Your gift literally can make the difference between life and death. The availability of clean water and learning about the Good News of Jesus Christ changes everything, bringing hope and opportunities for life.

water scarcity makes life in rural Kenya a struggle for the families there. Montana on a Mission partners with the community to bring clean water and opportunities.
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The best gift

Still looking for a meaningful gift? Give the gift that keeps on giving… the gift of life. Make a donation in honor of someone and we will send them a card or e-card letting them know of your generous gift and how it is changing lives with eternal consequences

water scarcity makes life in rural Kenya a struggle for the families there. Montana on a Mission partners with the community to bring clean water and opportunities.
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$20,000 Match!

Can you imagine having no choice but to give your child dirty water, teeming with bacteria? Water that makes them sick and keeps them from having the energy to learn, play and even grow.

Montana on a Mission is so happy to announce that the borehole at Papuyia has been completed and that their is now clean, safe, plentiful water for the community!
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Water for Papuyia

There is joy, hope and gratitude in the community of Papuyia today. Today they are able to fetch sparkling, clean water from there own community borehole.

The reservoir where the students used to fetch water for school before the pipeline was installed
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A startling difference

We visited the Ilturisho school this past spring and were able to get some video of the students there. They took me to the reservoir they used to walk to to get water for the school.  This water was used for drinking, cleaning and cooking! The next part of the video shows the students using the clean water from the pipeline. I’m sure you can appreciate the difference.  The video speaks for itself.