Our Key Initiatives

Depositing Good Back into The World

 
Digging a New Well

Digging a New Well

Local Receiving Clean Water

Local Receiving Clean Water

Pumping for Clean Water

Pumping for Clean Water

Celebrating Arrival Of New Clean Water Well

Celebrating Arrival Of New Clean Water Well

Locals Receiving Clean Water

Locals Receiving Clean Water

Breaking Ground For New Well

Breaking Ground For New Well

The Clean Water Standard

GSF believes that having access to clean water is a basic human right, so it's surprising to know that over 800 Million people lack basic access to clean water, over 2 billion don't have access to safe sanitation, and it is estimated that over 1,000 children per day die of preventable water born diseases. We at GSF strive to put an end to this suffering by digging fresh wells in these underserved communities.

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Teaching In a School in Haiti
Teaching in a Haitian School Called Moody Grammar
Children's School Play Ground in Haiti

The Education Mandate

One of the biggest contributors to global poverty is the lack of education. Currently, about 114 Million people lack basic reading and writing skills. It is estimated that the total number of illiterate adult has reach over 745 Million people. That being said, GSF understands that education is necessary for individuals to become a productive member of their communities, which is why we're continuing to build schools, give educational scholarships, and start reading programs all over the world.

Convenience Store in Togo, West Africa

Convenience Store in Togo, West Africa

Local Haitian Store

Local Haitian Store

Business Woman

Business Woman

African Business

African Business

Economic Empowerment

GSF believes that empowering individuals to start and own their own businesses in 3rd world countries is a great way to create a better life not only for themselves, but also to provide jobs, give back to their communities, and invest in the economic development of their countries.