Other ways to give

Areleonis Ipuana, 7, drinks clean water at her house in Kasichi, Maicao, La Guajira, Colombia. March 2017.

There are many ways to give. Be part of something amazing!

Planned gifts

Consider a bequest through your will or living trust, or leave a legacy with a gift of life insurance or qualified retirement plan assets. To plan your giving or to inform us of your intent please call us at 1-800-370-5658 or email our fundraising team.

Donate stock or securities

Donating appreciated securities, such as stock or mutual funds, to WaterAid is a tax-wise approach for helping provide clean water and sanitation to those in need. To initiate a gift of stock or securities, please call us at 1-800-370-5658 or email our fundraising team.

Tributes and memorial donations

Honor a special person or remember a loved one with a gift of clean water to those that need it most. Your gift will help transform the lives of children and families around the world. This simple step will mean so much. Make your gift today >

Share special occasions

Looking for a more meaningful way to celebrate? You can help someone else celebrate with clean water by suggesting your family and friends celebrate your day with a gift to WaterAid instead of presents. Set up your personal fundraising page to get started >

Honorary gifts

Looking for a meaningful gift for someone you care about? Give the gift of clean water and sanitation and transform lives in the world’s poorest countries. Giving a symbolic gift that packs real punch in the fight against global poverty has never been easier. Gifts from $25. Choose from an e-card or print-your-own card. Give a gift today >

Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign

Join thousands of federal employees contributing to charities of their choice in the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign (GCWCC). Designated gifts to WaterAid can be made through payroll deductions of onetime gifts. Simply cite our charitable registration number: #119288934 RR00011. Learn more at the GCWCC website >