More than 884 million people lack access to safe drinking water. Angels H2O is the solution.
One Goal. One Passion. Clean Water.
Over 70% of the world does not have access to safe drinking water. AngelsH2O is a safe, simple and affordable product designed to help solve the unsafe water catastrophe throughout the world today, ensuring that every family, every child, can drink and enjoy something that so many of us take for granted daily... safe, life-sustaining water. Through the many faith-based organizations, churches, missionary volunteers and outreach programs, we have not just the opportunity, but the responsibility to be the solution! Don't let another 20 seconds go by. Please take action now!
Provide safe drinking water for a family of 6 for 3 months, for less than a night out at the movies!
Make a tremendous impact by sharing AngelsH2O throughout the world!
A child dies every 20 seconds from a waterborne disease. Help make a difference.
What People are Saying about AngelsH2O
As a Christian, we should be concerned about our brothers and sisters that are in need of our assistance that is crucial for their survival. Providing only $100 serves a family of six for one year. Truly, that is less than a concert ticket, especially if you add dinner.
It is my pleasure and obligation to speak to every group and every circle I am involved with about Angelsh20. The God in me speaks to the God in you! My heart beats to your heart beat! Rise up and be counted to serve one anoth…
There is a window open for you, there is a wide open door. There is a way created for you. Don’t let it pass you by. God has blessed us with “Healing Waters” AngelsH2O Let’s Do this Together! Be a Blessing as we Bless the World!!
I, Edzaire PAUL, Director of the Methodist Office for General Education (BEMHEG) certify that The Methodist schools of Moliere and Nicolas had used Angels H2O products to fight against Cholera in their respective areas last year and this year.
Eglise Methodiste d'Haiti
I want to thank you for helping us get AngelsH2O into the hands of needy refugees in Sudan. …What a big impact they are making in that troubled country.