Charity raises awareness for water crisis with photo contest

Water charity launches contest to raise money for at-risk areas

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Oklahoma City charity Water4 launched a photo contest to bring awareness to the worldwide water crisis. Water4 is inviting Facebook friends, Twitter and Instagram followers and pinners from Pinterest to send in photos and videos showing their appreciation for free flowing water.

The theme for the contest is “What does water mean to you?” With each submission, a donation of $5 will be made to Water4. Also, any $5 donation made until midnight on Dec. 31 will be matched.

Three submissions will be chosen as the winners, and each will receive a well dug and a pump installed.

Richard and Terri Greenly, owners of Pumps of Oklahoma, founded Water4 in 2008 to provide water and education to at-risk areas.

For more information on Water4, visit


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