In our society, $2 can buy a cup of coffee or two candy bars. It can also be used to go to a cheap movie - the town I live in has a dollar theater, where it is only $2 to see an evening show. $2 bills are no longer being printed, but they used to be a form of currency in America.
Every twenty-seconds a child dies from water related diseases. Unsanitary conditions kill 1.8 million people each year and more than 1.5 million of those deaths are children under the age of 5.
I don't know about you, but that breaks my heart. There's an answer to this problem and it doesn't cost more than $2 a month. Drilling wells.
A well can cost thousands of dollars, but the Clean Water Movement can make a good well for $500 and saves lives. If 250 people donate $2 a month, we can dig a clean well a month. I personally know the President of this movement and he doesn't make a dime from this. Dustin is all about giving to others and providing clean water. I don't want to preach to you, but you should really check out the website:
Here's a little clip from the local news:
Anyone can give $2 a month - I do and I hope that you can too. :)