Americans take a lot for granted. Clean drinkable water is one of the most overlooked priority items (except by farmers and those in the western US).
There are places in the world that were struck by the tsunami who have yet to have potable water restored to their villages.
There is a beacon of hope for some of these villages in the Water for Humanity Fund of The American Society of Dowsers. They recently created an Adopt A Well program for givers to select the country and locations that they wish to donate to.
Whenever you want to make a real difference in the world, give a water supply to those that are dying of thirst or drinking polluted water. The American Society of dowsers can be contacted through their web page www.dowsers.org. It is not nearly as expensive as you might think. It could be a great legacy to leave.