FRANK Water is a Bristol based charity that supports life changing water and sanitation projects in both India and Nepal.

In India, 163 million people live without safe water and in Nepal 2.3 million. A further 210 million live without access to improved sanitation in India.

This has devastating consequences, especially for young children, women and girls.

We work together with carefully selected local partners to reach the most marginalised people living in rural, tribal and mountainous areas. Working with the community every step of the way, we help them to develop holistic, inclusive and sustainable solutions. Since, 2005, we have reached over 403,000 people in 520 communities.

If people have access to a safe water supply and toilet their lives can be transformed:

Better health: 140,000 children die every year in India from waterborne diseases and in Nepal the figure is 7,900.  These deaths could easily be prevented through improved access to water and sanitation.

Improved education: When children fall sick, they miss school and fall behind. 443 million school days are lost each year in India from water-related diseases.

Resilient communities: By tackling water and sanitation, communities are motivated to overcome other problems together.

By signing up to the 2022 Bath Half Marathon for FRANK Water you will help enable us to continue the vital work that we do. The average cost to do this is just £11 so if you sign up to one of our places and raise £250 in sponsorship you will be helping change the lives of 23 people by helping bring them safe, clean water and sanitation for life.

So, come and join the FRANK Water team and you will get your very own water bottle, t-shirt and fundraising pack and plenty of support along the way. To get your place on the FRANK team please contact Amanda on 0117 329 4846 or email [email protected] 

Visit our website to find out more


Bath Half Fundraising History 

FRANK Water has now been an official charity partner of the Bath Half Marathon for 8 years and in this time have raised a total figure of £29,965 from fundraising at this event.