Saturday, June 5, 2010

Jars of Clay partners with K-LOVE radio for Blood:water Mission

This Tuesday, June 8th, 2010, Jars of Clay will be live on K-LOVE for a campaign to raise $1 million in funds, all of which will go toward Blood:Water Mission. Here's the article from K-LOVE's website:

The Well Done Project is a partnership between K-LOVE and Blood:Water Mission to provide 1,000 villages in Africa with clean drinking water. Blood:Water Mission is a ministry founded by the band Jars of Clay aimed at providing clean water and hope and healing to those suffering from HIV/AIDS in Africa. It began with the building an AIDS hospice, and after visits to Africa, Jars of Clay realized that many more people could be helped by having clean water to drink. As a result, the band set out to provide clean drinking water for 1,000 villages servicing over 500,000 people in sub Sahara Africa.

In 2005, K-LOVE listeners initially helped the Well Done Project get off the ground by financially supporting their efforts, and we're asking for your help again. On Tuesday, June 8th, K-LOVE will be holding a one-day fundraiser for Blood:Water Mission to complete the Well Done Project. It will take approximately $1 million to reach the goal of supplying 1,000 villages in Africa with clean drinking water. We hope to reach out and show the love of Jesus to this impoverished part of the world. Donate now!

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