We have brought water to more than 200 villages
but so much more needs to be done
Wilmslow Wells for Africa
is a direct action, volunteer-run charity, working through trusted contacts in Britain and Africa.
We provide clean water, hygiene and sanitation in drought-stricken areas of Africa.
Over 99% of everything we raise goes directly to water projects.
Since the mid 1980’s, we have raised over £1.3 million and funded over 210 projects .
Virtual GARDENS DAY 2020 NOW LIVE
Open Gardens Day is one of our biggest fundraisers.
Last year we raised £18,000
which could provide clean water to 6,000 people.
It's obviously impossible to run the event as usual this year.
But you can tour 15 fabulous gardens online. Just CLICK HERE
If you have enjoyed the gardens please donate using this button
At this time, clean water & sanitation is more important than ever.
Help us achieve our £15,000 target. £10 provides clean water for 3 people.
Can you imagine...
● Not having a tap in your house ● Walking a mile to collect polluted water
● Five of your children dying of water-borne diseases
Brenda Mottershead witnessed these shocking conditions in South Africa.
They inspired her to establish Wilmslow Wells for Africa ...
Now just imagine ... the joy of having a well in your village
from which everyone can draw clean water
The average family of four in Britain uses 500 litres of water a day.
Yet in many parts of Africa the only water available is so polluted that it kills both the humans and wildlife that have to share its source.
You can now support Wilmslow Wells when you purchase items from Amazon
Go to smile.amazon.co.uk and select Wilmslow Wells for Africa as your chosen charity.
Always access amazon via the smile address in the future and 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) of eligible purchases will be donated to Wilmslow Wells.
Watch a borehole project from start to finish!!
If you can do find 30 mins to watch this amazing and instructive video compiled from 48 film clips taken the construction of Kambini borehole. It is truly fascinating to see how the work is carried out and the challenges that are faced to achieve success. The final scenes show the first operation of the pump and the users' grateful thanks which is very rewarding
click here to watch in your browser
A Big Thank you to WIlmslow Wells
You may like to view this short video thanking Wilmslow Wells for our support. It is of a completed project providing water harvesting for 50 households. These are mostly Rwandan refugees forced to return to Rwanda from Tanzania
Virtual Gardens Day 2020
Raised over £20,000
March 20 Souperday
Oct 19 Bridge Drive
Nov '19 Souperday