Welcome to

Water@Work Ministry


Our mission is to transform the lives of over one million of the poorest people in the Dominican Republic through clean water distribution plants, business development, and access to the

Gospel of Jesus Christ

Proud to be locally led

How does this work?



With Christ at the center of our ministry, we focus on meeting people's physical need for clean, safe water and their spiritual need for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We aim to empower pastors with the resources they need to serve their communities. 

 Economically Sustainable

Profitable operation of our water plants is required to ensure their sustained existence. We provide water below market prices thus making it accessible to all. Profits generated go to develop the community and expand the church.



Water@Work is proud to be locally led by in-country, Dominican staff and pastors who know their communities best and understand the cultural nuances of doing business in their communities. Each water plant hires and trains its own employees, providing stable income of local residents.

Technically Strong

We employ locally available, state-of-the-art water purification technology to consistently produce clean, safe water which is certified by the Ministry of Public Health. Our seven water plants produce an average of 135,000 gallons of water per month. 

Having access to clean water changes everything.


It improves health, the ability for children to attend school, and for adults to earn a living. Clean water improves the entire economic system of a community.


Your gifts bring physical and spiritual life to communities

in need! 

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Water at Work Ministry is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization under EIN #45-4539743. We are platinum rated on Guidestar and accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. Our work is focused on Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation and Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth of the Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations. We are also project #3021988 with the UMC Advance.

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