What are you grateful for today and everyday?
Are you grateful for your family and friends? The food you eat everyday? The education you are receiving? How about the fresh, clean water we drink, shower in, wash our dishes with or brush our teeth with?
Sometimes it’s the little things we take for granted that others aren’t fortunate enough to have. These are the simple things in life that everyone should have access to.
On September 21st, every year, we take the time to recognize, reflect and appreciate all of the positive things in life – the simple things that put a smile on our face day in and day out.
World Gratitude Day is all about being grateful for the things you do have and remembering that there are so many people out there living in poverty who don’t have a family to go home to, clean water to drink, food to eat every night or a school to get a quality education in.
Pure Water for the World is dedicated to helping create a better life for those who live in a developing country and who need that extra help. With the help from donors all over the world and employees who are so passionate about the work they do, we have been providing clean, safe water and hygiene education to thousands of families and communities in Latin America and Haiti.
PWW is grateful every single day for our donors, supporters, advocates and volunteers who help those who really need it. Every little bit goes a long way in making sure that children and families are having an opportunity at a better, more sustainable life.
Written by Kaylee Pratt, PWW Intern