NPCA’s promising partnership with the nonprofit Water Charity ensures funding for approved water or sanitation projects proposed by current and returned Peace Corps Volunteers.
Water is the world’s most valuable resource—without it there would be no life on Earth. Yet 780 million people don’t have access to clean drinking water, and more than two billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation. Confronted with this reality, many Peace Corps Volunteers have the motivation to make a change but lack the resources. Enter the NPCA - Water Charity partnership. Current and returned Volunteers may submit water and sanitation project proposals on behalf of the communities they serve, and if they are approved, funding is guaranteed.
NPCA invests 85 percent of the donation directly in the projects and 15 percent where needed most to support our overall mission.