It is easy for you and your friends to relieve the suffering of people in tough places!

Many people around the world lack access to clean water, wonder when their next meal will be, or need a warm coat for winter. But you can make a difference in their lives! By partnering with Unto™ through a fundraising campaign, you can help provide food, water, or critical aid to people living in the toughest places on earth.

When you start your own personalized fundraising campaign and share it with friends and family, you provide an avenue for everyone you know to join you in meeting the physical needs of people around the world. You also help provide opportunities for those receiving the aid to learn about the hope of Jesus.

Note: If you are a university campus leader wanting to start a fundraising campaign on your campus, contact us so we can create a campus-specific campaign.

Clean Water Campaign

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Clean Water Campaign

Drill a new well for $15,000 and give more than 500 people access to clean water and the hope of Jesus!

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Critical Aid Campaign

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Food and Agriculture Campaign

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As the humanitarian partner of Cru®, Unto™ expresses the kindness of Jesus to people living in the toughest places on earth by relieving suffering, restoring dignity, and revealing hope. We accomplish our mission, in partnership with international Cru ministries, through three programs: Food and Agriculture, Clean Water, and Critical Aid. Our partners at Cru work in more than 191 countries around the world.

For more than 25 years Unto has leveraged strategic global partnerships and the service of dedicated volunteers to relieve suffering for people through humanitarian assistance.

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If you are a university campus leader wanting to start a fundraising campaign on your campus, let us know how you would like to use the campaign to engage students. We can set up a campaign specifically for your campus so that multiple clubs and groups can participate together, each creating their own campaign toward one overall campus goal.