Project Report C11 - Cheryl & Lucassen

 

Cheryl and Lucassen used to haul water from a dangerous windmill nearby for their two young kids. Not anymore.

Welcome to Northwestern New Mexico, just off of Route 66 near the Continental Divide. Cheryl and Lucassen's family of four call this beautiful place home. 
 
Unlike most families, Cheryl, Lucassen, and their kids have always struggled to get enough clean water to do basic things like take a bath or cook a meal. 

But not any more.

All of that changed when you and DIGDEEP brought this family running water for the first time ever.

We've prepared this report to show you your impact. Let's get started!

 

Project Report C13 - Carrie

 

Carrie turned 74 as we were installing running water in her home for the first time ever.

Carrie has lived here her entire life in rural New Mexico, and she has never had running water. She has struggled to get enough clean water to do basic things like take a bath or cook for her grandchildren.

But not any more.

A few weeks ago DIGDEEP brought Carrie running water for the first time ever.

We've prepared this report to show you your impact. Let's get started!

 

Our Latest Home Installs Featured in the Albuquerque Journal

 

ABQ Journal staff writer Olivier Uttebrouck visited the Navajo Water Project and got to see three families receive clean, running water.

He even witnessed an early test of our new solar kit, which uses sunlight to run the water system in homes without electricity. Check out the whole article by clicking on the picture below!