Cheryl Zibisky

Bowlcut for Water Challenge

Cheryl Zibisky
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Fundraiser overview

We've all dumped cold water on our heads for ALS, which is awesome. Now let's give some of that water back. If I DO NOT raise $5,000 I will cut my hair using this bowl as my guide. Reaching this goal would give 200 people in need safe water for LIFE!

No gift is too small.

Around the world, 780 million men, women and children need access to safe water. I’ve created my own fundraiser for Water.org because we know safe water is necessary for life and we can help. Every minute at least one child dies from a water-related illness; 4000 children a day.

I know there are a lot of worthy charities out there. And money is tight. But I would love to reach this goal and know we made a difference for 200 people. $25 gives someone clean water for LIFE!

If you donate $30 or more I will enter you in my drawing for a water.org water bottle! It is a limited edition CamelBak Stainless water bottle. A $35 value; $10 of the money goes back to water.org. I will use "random name picker" to choose a winner on December 1st. Thank you to everyone that already donated!

Or if you want a challenge, here it is; Either donate $10 or cut your hair into a bowl cut. You have 48 hours to donate or bowl cut your hair! You must also nominate 3 of your friends. Help me get the ball rolling. Be sure to #‎bowlcutforwater‬

39 supporters
Rebekah Tulburt — $5.00
The Lindholm Family Last Name — $25.00
Jeanne Kaudelka — $25.00
Carolyn Sandifer — $20.00

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