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Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Brad Paisley and his wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley made a trip to Haiti as part of Live Beyond… Thirst, a nonprofit with the mission to privde clean water for households throughout Thomazeau, Haiti, a very poor suburb of Port au Prince. The Paisleys are supporting the organization both financially and as volunteers and invite others to join them in ‘The Paisley Challenge’ to help in establishing 100 clean water collection sites.   "Going to Haiti really opened my eyes to the plight of these hundreds of thousands of people--many of them mothers, fathers, and children--who are our neighbors,” Kimberly said.“With Live Beyond...Thirst, we can help give them a basic human necessity they have never had: Clean water. I want to show them they are not forgotten.”  Photo courtesy of Live Beyond.

Brad Paisley and his wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley made a trip to Haiti as part of Live Beyond… Thirst, a nonprofit with the mission to privde clean water for households throughout Thomazeau, Haiti, a very poor suburb of Port au Prince. The Paisleys are supporting the organization both financially and as volunteers and invite others to join them in ‘The Paisley Challenge’ to help in establishing 100 clean water collection sites.

"Going to Haiti really opened my eyes to the plight of these hundreds of thousands of people--many of them mothers, fathers, and children--who are our neighbors,” Kimberly said.“With Live Beyond...Thirst, we can help give them a basic human necessity they have never had: Clean water. I want to show them they are not forgotten.”

Photo courtesy of Live Beyond.