Blood:Water Mission

Nashville, TN

Founded: 2004

Tel: (615) 550-4296

Website: http://www.bloodwater.org

Top LeaderMr. Stan Doerr

Donor Contact: Mr. Aaron Sands

Member Since: December 31, 2007


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,398,128
   Noncash Donations $8,201
   Other Revenue $164,748
   Total Revenue $1,571,077
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $1,731,694
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-160,617
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-160,617
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Total Assets $221,657
Total Liabilities $187,863
Net Assets $33,794
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Blood:Water is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Nashville, TN. We identify and invest in African-led organizations who are implementing WASH and HIV/AIDS programs. As we fund their programs through project grants, we simultaneously invest in building their capacity so that they are stronger and more resilient for years to come. Grants focus on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and three overlapping elements of HIV/AIDS: community care support, combination prevention, and health system strengthening. Our target area is Southern and Eastern Africa, particularly in rural and peri-urban regions where a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS intersects with limited access to clean water.

We strive to end the water and HIV/AIDS crises in sub-Saharan Africa through multi-year granting partnerships with African organizations, strategically leveraging funding alongside organizational strengthening initiatives. Our activities include: Hosting summits where our partners can learn from each other; Facilitating transparent, partner-driven assessments of critical areas of operation, and the accompanying improvement plan; Providing technical assistance
We strive to end the water crisis in sub-Saharan Africa through multi-year granting partnerships with African organizations. Our funding of projects includes: Improving community care and support services for individuals and families living with HIV; Offering HIV testing and counseling to allow people to begin treatment and take steps to live positively; Allowing future generations to be born free of HIV through programs that prevent the spread of the virus from mothers to their unborn babies
We strive to end the water crisis in sub-Saharan Africa through multi-year granting partnerships with African organizations. Our funding of partners with WaSH projects includes: Creating safe water access through wells, filtration systems, rain tanks, protected springs, and other solutions based on local conditions and expertise; Providing sanitation and hygiene training alongside water solutions to ensure maximum health benefits; Training local leaders; Formation of water committees.
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