Bringing Light to the Global Water Crisis

We are really grateful for our partner, North Point Community Church and Scott Harrison Founder of charity: water, for bringing awareness to the global water crisis last Sunday at North Point! For 10+ years 410 Bridge has been engaging with communities around the world in sustainable community development, one of our biggest and most important initiatives is getting water to the 52+ communities we are working with.

We have brought water to 150,000+ people, but the need still exists and we are still determined to bring change. We want you to join us and help bring safe drinking water to more communities around the world. You can join The 410 Bridge Crew – a group of individuals dedicated to making a huge difference in a feasible way.  Click here to learn more about your impact and join The Crew.


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