Engage with your company to make an impact in impoverished communities in Guatemala and Albania through workplace campaigns. Ask your employer if they have a workplace giving program available. If they do, simply ask if Living Water Adopt-A-Child (LWAAC) is one of the available nonprofits listed for you to donate towards. If your company isn’t setup to designate donations to LWAAC, we would be happy to work with them to make it possible for you and other employees to give through payroll deduction.

Have questions? We’d love to help! Contact us today for help with setting up your workplace giving program.

We are grateful for the generosity of companies who offer gift matching for employee contributions. Through this program, employees can double the impact of their gift. Simply request a matching gift form from your participating employer, complete the form and send it to Living Water Adopt-a-Child via email at info@lwaac.org or mail it to us at:

Living Water Adopt A Child
2221 S. Blue Angel Pkwy.
Pensacola, Florida 32506

Your giving through your employer’s workplace giving program are part of the Living Water Adopt-A-Child general fund which supports financial needs that are beyond what our child sponsorships can provide. These needs include urgent medical and dental care, disaster relief, clean water, clothing, and extra food parcels for the families of sponsored children.

Feeding Centers

Twice-weekly, nutritious meals are provided for more than 8,000 sponsored children in Guatemala and Albania.

Medical & Dental Centers

Essential medical and dental care is provided. As many as 6 out of 100 children in Guatemala die for lack of basic food and medicine.

Youth Centers & Churches

Pastoral care and support is provided to sponsored children, their families and the communities we serve.


Living Water Adopt-a-Child provides nutritious meals, medical and dental care, and pastoral support to 7,500+ children in Guatemala. More than 80% of the Guatemalan population lives at or below the poverty level; many live on less than two dollars per day. The need is great – the doctors say as many as 6 out of 100 children in Guatemala die for want of proper food and basic medicine.


We feed more than 1,000 children in Albania, also providing them with essential medical and dental care as well as pastoral support. Albania is currently one of the poorest countries in Europe. Nearly one quarter of the national population lives in extreme poverty, surviving off of two US dollars per day. That is a total of over 800,000 people.