Rachel’s Wells

So powerful.

There are so many things in this story that touch my heart deeply. (No wonder I cried through out and still find myself dealing with tears as I type this post.)

From Vimeo:

On July 23, 2011, nine-year-old Rachel Beckwith was killed in a tragic car accident on highway I-90 near Seattle, Washington. After her death, thousands of people all around the world started donating to her mycharity: water fundraising page, and over the course of a month, raised over $1.2 million in Rachel’s honor. That money is now helping 60,000 people get access to clean water.

It’s been exactly a year since the accident. In honor of the anniversary, Rachel’s mom, Samantha, and her grandparents, Richard and Roseanne, visit Ethiopia with charity: water and meet some of the people Rachel helped. We’ve documented the entire day on video so we can share it with all of you.

charitywater.org

And quality and style of the video was really well done.
Video by Jamie Pent – @jazzyjamieleigh
Music by Sleeping at Last – @sleepingatlast

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