The Amy Roloff Charity Foundation – founded by reality star Amy Roloff – and Taylor Williams (age 11) of AIM High Academy of Martial Arts are raising money to build water wells in Haiti with Generosity Waters.

11-year-old Taylor Williams, is working on more than just her 2nd degree black belt. She is working on a 30 day campaign (she will be making fliers, a video for Youtube and working with her community) to collect money to build a well in Haiti through the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation and Generosity Water. Taylor took on her first clean water project at age 9 and raised enough money to build a well in Bangladesh and a pump in Ethiopia.

Amy Roloff will be appearing at AIM High, Oregon, on December 1 to recognize Taylor for her hard work and achievement.

The Amy Roloff Charity Foundation, founded in 2009, by reality television celebrity and celebrated author Amy Roloff (TLC’s Little People Big World), serves to advocate, support, enrich, impact, inspire and assist individuals in reaching their greatest potential in their overall life experience including children, at risk youth and kids with disabilities and other challenges via fundraising, corporate partnerships and collaboration with other charities in which new opportunities are created.

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