Links Criteria: 

Hydromissions International is all about Jesus Christ – we have no desire to become just another humanitarian relief organization.  If you would like to be added to this page, please contact us.  The following links are all organizations and individuals whose primary objective is to share the love of Christ through water ministry.  Please support them as they faithfully serve Him.


Equip, Inc.

Equip-Inc-logo2(828) 738-3891.
126 Rock House Rd, PO Box 1126, Marion, NC 28752-1126.
Equip is a missionary training center offering courses in water development, missionary medicine, community health evangelism, food production, etc. (top)

 

Safe Water International Ministries

(641) 933-4345.
S.W.I.M. for Him, P.O. Box 241, Washington, IA 52353.
The goal of S.W.I.M. is to reach the poorest of the poor with the Gospel of Christ by using the technology available for disinfecting water.  S.W.I.M. produces portable chlorination units for treating standing water sources.  These units are available for purchase. (top)

 

Holy Water Group

(864) 346-6972
121 Delmar Dr, Simpsonville SC 29680
A corporate partner of Hydromissions International, HWG is a non-denominational ministry, set up to provide clean water and eye care in poverty stricken areas of Central America.  If you are looking to “go on a Hydromissions trip”, HWG is the outlet for that experience. (top)

 

Drill Cat

(903) 529-1674
Drillcat@gmail.com
Drill Cat is a company that sells quality used/refurbished drilling and geothermal equipment worldwide.  They are experienced well drillers, and are dedicated to using their expertise to help missionaries to promote the gospel through water projects at a price they can afford. (top)

 

Servants 4 Him

P.O. Box 597, Hamilton, VA 20159
Servants 4 Him utilizes “good deeds evangelism”, often involving  low-cost water filtration systems.  Much of the work is done in Guatemala.  (top)

 

Wellspring of Life

PO Box 1495, Dunedin, FL 34697
The vision of Wellspring of Life Ministries is to bring life-giving water and the living water of Jesus Christ by providing fresh water through their well-drilling ministry and building relationships that open ministry opportunities.  (top)

 

Highways and Hedges

(662) 415-4837
PO Box 2707, Presidio, TX 79845
H&H works among the Tarahumara Indians of the western Sierra Madres Mountains of Chihuahua, Mexico providing clean drinking water through wells and systems in the remote villages and communities. They are also bringing the Living Water by taking the Gospel into areas it has never been before.  (top)

 

A Cup of Water International, Inc

(267) 242-1798
P.O. BOX 9809, Kansas city, MO 64134
ACOWI is a Korean-based evangelical missions organization, using water projects as a contact point for evangelical outreach to the un-reached.  (top)

 

Flowing Streams Ministries

P.O. Box 3134, Shawnee, KS 66203
FSM serves as a resource for water ministries by pooling together funds and support from donors.  Rather than reinventing the wheel, FSM distributes those funds to projects that are being done by already-established water ministries.  (top)

 

Water of Life

(864) 469-9500
P O Box 24151, Greenville, SC 29616
Formerly “Living Water Carolinas”, this group trains and conducts short-term missions trips including well drilling, hygiene, and medical clinics primarily in Liberia.  (top)

 

Living Water International

(281) 261-7984
Toll-free: (877) 594-4426
PO Box 2257, Sugar Land, TX 77487-2257
LWI conducts well drilling training and missions trips.  They are linked with development and manufacturing of powered water drilling equipment. (top)

 

Life Water

(805) 541-6634
Toll-free: (888) 543-3426
PO Box 3131 San Luis Obispo, CA 93403
Lifewater’s volunteers train nationals in developing countries with technical skills to improve their drinking water supplies. They donate all the necessary equipment to the trained national crew and continue to provide technical and financial support until they are self-sufficient.  (top)

 

Water Missions International

(843) 769-7395
2040 Savage Road, Box 31258, Charleston, SC 29417
This company develops community-sized water filtration systems for missions and disaster relief projects.  (top)

 

New Life International

(812) 752-7474
6764 South Bloomington Trail, Underwood, Indiana 47177
New Life specializes in surface water treatment through the use of inexpensive, portable chlorination units.  (top)

 

Living Waters for the World

(615) 261-4008
318 Seaboard Lane, Suite 205, Franklin TN 37067
An outreach of the Presbyterian church, LWW serves as a resource to churches of all denominations, civic organizations and others in mission, enabling them to provide clean water to their partners in need. (top)

 

Chapin Living Waters

(315) 788-0891
364 N. Colorado Ave, Watertown NY 13601
CLW helps poor people in third world countries grow vegetables when there is insufficient rain. We offer simple, sustainable technologies for subsistence farming, bringing hope to the poorest people and the opportunity to solve their own problems. (top)

 

Missions Resource International

210 Holmes, Lumberton TX 78501
MRI is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization working to provide fresh water through means of drilling water wells and other water projects along with sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to those who are in need. (top)

 

Water for All International

Carries out small local programs directly with poor families in poor areas of the world with local partners, churches, or non profits teaching local families to drill their own water wells, make their own pumps, farm better, and increase income.   (top)

 

Robin’s Song

(319) 210-1655
PO Box 35, Marion, IA 52302
Equipping people and training them to provide safe, clean drinking water for their communities. Our Purpose is to make available clean drinking water in areas of great need. To help people to support themselves with an income from drilling the deep wells. To show God’s love to the people we serve that they may know Him as their personal Lord and Savior. (top)

 

Edge Outreach

(502) 568-6342.  1500 Arlington Ave., Louisville, KY 40206  EO/PureWater PureLife trains individuals and organizations to provide safe drinking water to people in developing countries. Year-round training includes community water assessment, water purification, filtration, hand pump repair. (top)

 

The Water Project

800-460-8974
P.O. Box 3353 Concord, NH 03302-3353
The Water Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization unlocking human potential by providing sustainable water projects to communities in sub-Saharan Africa who suffer needlessly from a lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation.(top)

 

Water for Life and Livelihood

(509) 545-3355
P.O. Box 3027, Pasco, WA 99302
WFLL provides solar powered wells for irrigation and sanitation for the Turkana people of Kenya.  (top)

 

Thrust Ministries International

(214) 236-6265
P.O. Box 1357, Fort Collins, CO 80522
Thrust is involved in deep water well drilling (truck rig) as an outreach in Northern Uganda.  (top)

 

Waters Edge Ministries

(803) 635-3812
195 Holly St  Winnsboro, SC 29180
Involved in providing clean water and schools in Ghana, West Africa.  (top)

 

Water4

(405) 694-5214
P.O. Box 8304, Edmond, OK 73083-8304
The mission of Water4 is to provide water to at-risk, impoverished areas throughout the world to advance the health and prosperity of those populations and act as a catalyst to stimulate the local economies by providing water for personal use (such as drinking water) and water for agricultural purposes.  (top)

 

Seeds of Hope

(805) 439-1489
1023 Nipomo St, Ste 110, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
SOH trains and equips people (primarily in Zambia) in both spiritual and practical ways to go to the nations with tools that will bring hope and healing to those for whom they care.  (top)

 

Healing Waters International

(303) 526-7278
534 Commons Drive, Golden, CO 8040
HWI provides safe water solutions through a holistic approach that combines water treatment equipment with health/hygiene education and a micro-business model.  (top)

 

Fountains of Hope International

(317) 289-9170
1949 Ascot Court #D, Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
Fountains of Hope is dedicated to serving God by by providing safe, life-giving water to people in need. FoH partners with local churches, schools and organizations to install large capacity water purification systems (capable of disinfecting 3600 gallons per hour), drilling wells, pump repair and teaching health and hygiene in third world countries.  (top)