The Water Project and the Navajo Reservation

HCH volunteers will testify that our country’s First Americans, the Native Americans, face some of the most horrifying circumstances. On the Navajo reservation, decades of uranium mining have taken a heavy toll. Radiation exposure and water contamination have increased cancer rates and triggered a slew of respiratory diseases. These communities also desperately need adequate food, clothing, dental care and medical attention.       

Impoverished family living on the Navajo Reservation.

Impoverished family living on the Navajo Reservation.

Along with far too many Americans, the Navajo people have extremely limited access to uncontaminated drinking water. In response, HCH volunteers have launched the The Water Project, which aims to provide these communities and individuals with access to clean water. The project involves partnership with local businesses who will 1) store HCH-provided water on their premises in case of a community emergency, 2) help purchase water, or 3) make a donation.

Business willing to provide storage space for water may also help provide and store additional care packages, toiletries, dry products, and other non-perishable items. 

Before God, we hope to provide communities with enough water and care packages to sustain them in the event of a national emergency or natural disaster. Along with HCH, other charities and organizations throughout America will work to ensure the protection of US citizens and Native Americans.

This project will be a major undertaking, as we plan to cover not only the the Navajo Reservation, but as many communities as possible throughout the United States. We urge you to donate your help in whatever way you can, whether to this charity or another. Thanks and God Bless.