SPRING WALK FOR WATER
The Spring Virtual Walk for Water & Health will be held through May 31, 2022. This year's Spring Walk is fully virtual, so you can participate wherever you might be in the world. Simply register at the Give Lively button below. Once you register, pick a time and place to walk any distance you choose - though we recommend you walk at least three miles. Feel free to break it up over several days, if you'd like. And don't forget to snap some pictures and videos to document your walk. Share them to social media using the tags #WfHWaterWalk2022 and #Wells4Hope4SouthSudan!
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Majok Marier and other Lost Boys of Sudan trekked across three countries in search of safety and food and water during the Sudanese Civil War. Now working steadily in the U.S. since 2001, Majok, his fellow Lost Boys, and many concerned friends have created a non-profit organization, Wells for Hope for South Sudan, to bring water wells to villages near Rumbek, South Sudan. There, women and children still have to walk four to six miles one way each day for fresh, clean water for their families.
But we have great news! We have six wells! Thanks to many contributors from all over, Majok brought a drilling rig to Billing Daldiar, Lakes State, east of Rumbek, in June 2015! Residents are able for the first time to have clean water in their village, and they have begun growing more crops in the dry season, resulting in income for their families. In spring and summer 2016, two more wells went in, at Mabor Koch, home village of former Lost Boy Stephen Chol Bayok, and Mading Thon. A fourth well was constructed in April, 2018 in the village of Majak. In the summer of 2021, two more villages received these ground water sources.
Wells promote peace.Villagers now have means of sustenance, even as parts of the rest of the country suffer from drought and civil unrest. John Bul Dau, former Lost Boy author and head of foundations promoting development in South Sudan, congratulated Wells for Hope for it's success: The villagers he said, are "reaping the benefits of the peace dividend."
If you would like to contribute to Wells for Hope for South Sudan or make a gift donation in someone's name (a gift card will be mailed to the specified address), you may use our Paypal button below. If you prefer to mail a donation, you can make your donation by sending a check made out to Wells for Hope, Inc. and send it to Wells for Hope for South Sudan, P.O. Box 8754, Atlanta, GA 31106. Please include your email address so that we may acknowledge your gift.
- Wells for Hope for South Sudan is registered with the Georgia Secretary of State, and has been approved by the IRS for 501(c)3 non-profit tax status
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Contact Us/Consider Volunteering
If you would like to arrange a speaker or to find out more information about Wells for Hope for South Sudan, please email us. If you have time for Board membership or working as a volunteer, we are especially interested in those with social media and/or bookkeeping experience, as well as experience with WASH (Water/Sanitation/Hygiene) program or design. We also would like to hear from teachers and youth leaders wanting to take part in the Walk for Water and Health or other initiatives to educate youth about the needs of East Africa. Please email
Through numerous appearances, we raised awareness and raised funds for the four wells!
Majok is pictured above at Inman Middle School and below addressing the International Convention of BBYO at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta. Thanks for inviting us, and thank you for donating!