To relieve poverty and preserve and protect good health in particular by building wells, pumps and the installation of water filtration systems in underdeveloped countries in order to provide safe and clean water.
We promise to pay 100% of the money donated by you to the chosen project.
Water Fall is a UK registered charity started in January 2011 to try and help the global water crisis,after seeing poverty in India, Africa and the struggle and problems for water.
We want to educate and encourage people to support and preserve the basic necessity of life and give this basic resource to people who also have a right over it.
We are inviting you or your company to participate in the running costs of waterfall so we can upkeep our 100% promise to donors.
Waterfall charity was established in 2011 by businessman and entrepreneur Harun Master. Blessed with a successful business, British national Harun witnessed the rise and fall of individuals and businesses throughout the world. But it was his visits to India which changed his perceptions. Harun saw the stark contrast of wealth and poverty in India and sadly found fundraising efforts of many charities being misused. Hence, he made a life-changing pact to try and change this and dedicated himself to give something back to society.
It was just after the financial crisis, and Harun was living in Dubai, UAE, but he started to spend valuable time in India – helping local schools with education projects, and providing rural villages with water projects. The Waterfall charity was thus established and registered in the UK.
Harun injected his personal savings to form the Waterfall charity which was mainly to serve water projects in India. Water was an issue close to Harun’s heart as he deeply believed that every human should have the right to clean and safe water. He compared it to the privilege we have in the west where we only need to turn a tap to benefit from clean water. This is in contrast to children in the third world who may have to walk up to 10km a day in order to get their daily quota of water, which is not even fit for drinking.
Harun firmly asserts that water is the start of a better life. It is by giving people access to clean and safe drinking water that reduces the spread of disease, gives children access to an education rather than fetching and relying on contaminated water, and the entire community can be benefitted by a life-giving water source.
Our vision at Waterfall is to expand and strengthen the impact our projects have on the thousands of people especially the forgotten, abandoned children in the developing world. We are compelled to stand up and take action for the neglected, for the orphaned and for the outcast. For those who lack a voice. For those who lack a family, we’re committed to giving these human beings a second chance at life – do you believe in second chances?