Water Into Wine | 7th Annual Celebration

Water Access Now's Wine Into Water event returns this year better than ever. Help us celebrate our seventh year of providing access to clean water in Ghana. Come experience several amazing speakers, wine tasting, Divine Chocolate and more! Don't miss it! RSVP TODAY!

Can't come? Make a donation now at http://wateraccessnow.org/donatewan with the knowledge that your contribution will go directly to funding sustainable wells in Ghana.

Water Access Now Cabernet Sauvignon Label - $30

Water Access Now is excited to announce a new partnership with Water From Wine, giving our contributors a new way to support clean access to water in Ghana. 

Water From Wine funds water projects through selling bottles of local wine grown on six acres of Cabernet Sauvignon at Sandpiper Farms in Paterson, Washington. 100% of the revenue from each bottle of wine sold is donated to partner nonprofits like Water Access Now

Have a bottle (or two) by ordering our special Water Access Now label ($30) for home or for a gift. 

Order Here!

2017 Borehole Locations Map

With your support Water Access Now was able to implement 18 boreholes ($180,000) to provide safe drinking water to schools, health facilities, and communities in northern Ghana in 2017. Below is a map of the 2017 borehole locations. Click on the location pins for more detailed information like the community name, project name, name of school/health center, region, district, male population, female population, total population demographics, latitude, longitude,

2017 Annual Report

We are excited to share the 2017 Annual Report: 'Improving Access to Water in Northern Ghana'. In 2017 Water Access Now "approved funding of $180,000 to CRS (Catholic Relief Services) to continue this work by completing 18 new boreholes to provide safe drinking water to schools, health facilities, and communities in CRS project areas in northern Ghana". This comprehensive report released by our partners at CRS Ghana highlights the entire borehole process from selection to borehole design, and even water quality assessments and contractor verification.