Scott Harrison spent a decade promoting nightclubs, partying with the pretty people in some of Manhattan’s hottest spots. He gave up the glitz after visiting Africa, where he personally witnessed – and photographed -- how the other half of the world lives. “I visited Benin and Liberia, post-civil war. I spent time in leper colonies and villages,” says Harrison. He began to notice a common cry in countries like Uganda, Rwanda, and Malawi. “People there are dying for water. In America we use an estimated 150 gallons of water a day,” he says. To provide for the impoverished communities he grew to love, Harrison created Charity: Water, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing safe, clean drinking water to the one in six people on this planet who... More >>>