Scott Harrison: Founder, charity:water

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by Staff, Utne Reader
November-December 2009

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Harrison is a former nightclub owner and party hound who decided to do something for others. His group charity: water has provided clean water to more than half a million people in Africa, Asia, and Central America.


Learn more about charity:water from the organization’s website and, more specifically, about the September Campaign to raise funds for clean water. You can also watch a video of Harrison explaining the story of charity:water on YouTube.

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