November 16, 2015

Back From Africa: A Little Recap

It’s been a few months now since the Wheels4Water team traveled to Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo to see the work being done in partnership with Lifewater International. We’re always thrilled to take trips like this, but on this trip we were no longer passive observers. Instead, we were able to be actively involved…

September 10, 2015

Dirty Water: Drilling and Redemption in Uganda

There is a village in northern Uganda called Orunyamo. For many years the residents have been using a dirty water source for drinking, cooking, and washing. It’s a muddy puddle created from rain runoff and shared with local herds of cattle and goats. Not surprisingly, they get sick often. Safe water exists a few hundred…

September 03, 2015

A New Kind Of Hero

Not all heroes carry out dramatic acts of sacrifice and salvation. Many work quietly, diligently, and persistently to carry others forward with small steps. Some rescue us from danger. Some remove dangers altogether. Kellie, a young woman living in the Agali region of northern Uganda, witnessed a few heroes at work in her community – they…

August 27, 2015

Caroline’s Kids: The Middle of a Story in Uganda

They are not her biological children, but they are growing up in her household. These kids are here because their mothers came to Caroline’s as a place of peace, safety, and health. Caroline is a widow with older children, but she embraces her life’s challenges as avenues through which God demonstrates his love and provision…

August 20, 2015

Project Update in the DROC

We are celebrating progress on the mission to help children in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRoC) get safe water and sanitation! The area we’re reaching is Nebobongo, in the northeastern part of DRoC. It’s a remote and difficult place, with few roads and very limited access. No one outside of Nebobongo has reached this area…

June 15, 2015

New Program Launches to Reach Schools in D.R. Congo

Over 1,500 students will get access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene education for the first time. Your support of Wheels4Water is helping this happen! Children at five primary schools in northeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) will benefit from a new water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) program beginning this month (March 2015). Lifewater, together…

June 08, 2015

The Final Day Recap!

After a grueling day of climbing on Day 4, the team is joined by some guest riders and work their way down the coast towards the finish. Will there be any surprises? Will they reach their goal? Day 5: The 2015 ride comes to an end from Rule29 on Vimeo.

June 05, 2015

Recap of Wheels4Water Day 4

As the team rolled into camp to round out Day 4 of the ride, they had ridden 80 miles along the PCH dodging cars and enjoying the incredible coastline of northern California. The road was narrow and anything but straight and flat, so the team was forced onto the thin shoulder almost the entire way,…

June 04, 2015

Recap of 2015 Wheels4Water Day 3

Day 3 proved interesting for the Wheels4Water team. Early in the day, after learning that the designated route was blocked by fencing, they had to get creative to get some miles under their tires. The route they found included one of the most difficult climbs they’ve seen, made complete with headwinds almost the entire distance.…

June 03, 2015

Recap of 2015 Wheels4Water Day 2

With the promise of a dinner reservation waiting at the end of the ride, we started off at Half Moon Bay and prepared ourselves for what we assumed would be a slightly less daunting (but just as long) trip down further down the coast. The wind was at our back for a majority of the…