Registered charity number 1142295

WellBoring Weekend is coming to Chippenham on 12th-13th May

Wells for 100 Schools

That's the goal. So far we have provided wells for 44 communities. Each well provides water for 1,000 people.  Sickness falls, attendance grows, school results improve and families get clean water.  WellBoring wells are low cost to install and virtually free to run. We plan to transform 100 schools.

Each well costs £3,500 and provides water for 1,000 people.  Every £3.50 you donate provides clean water to another child.  All our wells work and can last for decades.


Here are many ways you can change the world:

Become a member at You can join today.

Organise a fund-raising supper, concert or event.

Do a sponsored run, walk or cycle.

Invite your friends to join us at

Form a WellGroup to raise the funds for a school’s well: we’ll give you background and pictures to share.

Ask organisations you know about creating a charity partnership with WellBoring.

If you can, fund a well now and become a WellDonor.

Include a life-changing well in your legacy too.

Come and enjoy our WellBoring concerts.

Come to the WellBoring Ball.

Collecting dirty water for Oren Primary School

Collecting dirty water for Oren Primary School

What we've done

See our projects. A big thank you to everyone who supports WellBoring. 

What we're doing

Have a look at the projects we are working on. We hope you will get excited about the difference this will make. 

What you can do

Support our projects via BT MyDonate and the WellBoring Business Challenge

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More than 10 million people in Kenya don't have access to an improved water source and rely on seasonal streams and often polluted hand-dug wells.

84 percent of water related deaths are in children ages 0-14.

The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.

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Competed the Avon Gorge abseil yesterday in lovely sunshine.

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Triumphant on sports day

Triumphant on sports day

A warm welcome to Summit Schools

A warm welcome to Summit Schools

Constructing the Well 1

Constructing the Well 1

SL Southern District

SL Southern District