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We'll -- something to ponder when you're drinking you're next glass of water.
There are literally millions of people throughout the world.
Who are living without any access to clean drinking water at all the change that one ordinary American from North Carolina rolled up -- sleeves and got involved.
Doc -- author of wine to water a bartenders quest to bring clean water to the world.
Is helping people live their lives beyond to drink.
And water it is more precious than oil.
It is truly the fountain of life and where there is no clean water to drink or cook with.
People die people in Philadelphia for per month or more.
So what we can go without.
Without water for two or three days dot Kennelly of Boone North Carolina travels as some of the most desolate and dangerous places in the world.
To repair broken wells or build new ones to deliver clean water to people dying from thirst.
Doc who grew up as a rebellious son -- preacher and worked as a bartender and Rollins was a biker and a musician.
But in 2003.
He found his passion.
He discovered that millions of people were dying from the lack of water the crisis gripped him causing him to take action.
The most shocking thing to me when I first learned about it was what little was being done about it and how little -- was out in the public.
-- -- decided you know what.
-- might just be biker and -- bartender and meaner rougher around the -- kind of guy but.
I'm gonna do something about -- the first thing he did he founded wine to water.
Selling wine to raise money and awareness of the tremendous need for clean water.
He offered the money he raised this America's borders believing the Christian relief organization could use the money to help provide water for people in -- But samaritans -- gave -- counter offer he couldn't refuse he -- they would keep your money.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And Sudan and in his travels to places like -- -- Where water and food remains scarce and the threat of violence from John -- -- militant forces remains high.
-- assembled a team of Muslim and Christian relief workers.
They have worked through some scary situations.
To complete their humanitarian mission in the middle of a war zone.
Motivated by their common hope to save lives -- these kids.
They got to be children again that this war not only was making them sick from -- -- live an area that and have clean water but it was stealing their childhood.
And I just to seeing how something as simple as clean water.
Right there at someone's fingertips can have that much of an impact my child's life is zero.
And it's it's a life changing experience for sure doc has been working tirelessly to help with relief efforts in Haiti.
For clean water -- been needed since the country was rocked by devastating earthquake.
In his book wine to water.
-- documents is efforts to save lives.
Hoping to inspire others to get involved.
Not just that this water crisis it's so terrible and it needs to be addressed.
But also that.
How fulfilling it is for someone even a very simple.
Country boy from the south you know.
How much you can change your life dot Kennelly living his life beyond the journey -- Thanks for doing that -- there are projects that you can get involved with -- well to help deal with the water crisis to learn more logon to foxnews.com.
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