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Imagine a world where everyone has access to clean water...

Imagine a world where everyone has access to clean drinking water. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Water is the most basic of necessities. Water is life. Imagine walking many miles to retrieve contaminated water that will make your family sick.

Our longtime partner Hands up for Haiti (HUFH) has built 15 water wells thus far in northern Haiti. These wells can provide water for over 35 years. They are currently digging their 16th in a community without any access to clean water, expanding their reach to over 55,000 Haitians. HUFH also regularly hosts community education programs in water safety and disease prevention, in addition to teaching the locals about well maintenance and repairs.

You too can support a world where everyone has access to clean drinking water by joining the Positive Legacy Fan Club.

The Fan Club is a means for music fans and philanthropists to cheer on Positive Legacy and our shared commitment to making our communities a better place to live. Get a front row seat when you show your enthusiasm for what we do by engaging as a consistent supporter of Positive Legacy - monthly, quarterly, or yearly. Knowing that we can count on your recurring donation allows us to maximize our plans for grant funding and best serve those in need.

When you join our Fan Club, as a token of our gratitude you will receive some special perks and anyone who signs up now through September 21 will also receive a special, limited edition gift. Click on the link below to learn more.

You can learn more and join the Fan Club easily by visiting the following secure link:

As a Fan Clubber you have a chance to show your support for our core values: music, love, compassion, sustainability, community, personal responsibility, and of course, fun!

Together, we can Leave A Positive Legacy!

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