Sprigs Cares

We want to ultimately empower people through generosity. No matter what our kids end up doing with their lives, we just hope we raise them to be generous people.


With your help, we are able to support ideas and programs that provide for children and families in need all around the world. A percentage of all Thank you for your continued support and for helping us make a difference in these people’s lives.


We are raising money to help charity: water, a non-profit organization, bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. In these developing countries, women and girls are often tasked with spending hours every day walking to collect dirty water. Providing these individuals with clean water allows them to spend more time in the classroom focusing on their education.

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2021 charity: water project

We are on track to reach our goal of donating $50,000 to charity: water this year.

2020 charity: water project

In 2020, we raised 42,000 dollars! This gift is in the process of supporting water projects in the area of Mozambique.

2019 charity: water project

At the end of 2019, our donation funded 10 School Piped Systems in Bangladesh. We provided 2,500 people with clean and safe drinking water in either the Dhaka, Barishal, Khulna, Sylhet, or Chattogram Divisions of Bangladesh.

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2018 charity: water project

Im 2018, Sprigs funded one well with a hand pump for people living in the Bangolo, Daloa, and Danané departments of Côte d’Ivoire. We provided 676 people with access to clean and safe drinking water.


Compassion allows you to sponsor a child for just $38 a month. They partner with more than 6,700 churches in 25 different countries to help over 1.8 million babies, children, and young adults escape from poverty. When we discovered Compassion we knew it was exactly the kind of cause we could get behind. Just like with Sprigs we believe that the holistic approach is best and Compassion’s Child Sponsorship Program is a holistic, long-term approach to breaking the generational cycle of poverty.

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