Meet The Waterboys

The Waterboys Initiative calls on the support of stars from around the National Football League to manifest its mission. One player from each of the 32 NFL teams has chosen to represent their franchise as the official “Waterboy.” Fans can help support their favorite “Waterboy” and NFL team in their journey to raise $45,000 to build a sustainable, deep borehole well and to subsequently provide water for over 5,000 people in Sub-Sahara Africa. 


Donate today to help your team be the first to reach its goal.


T.J. Lang

Green Bay Packers

Zack Martin

Dallas Cowboys

Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks

Danny Amendola

New England Patriots

Justin Tuck

Oakland Raiders

Chris Harris

Denver Broncos

Delanie Walker

Tennessee Titans

Calais Campbell

Arizona Cardinals

Tamba Hali

Kansas City Chiefs

Chad Greenway

Minnesota Vikings

D'brickashaw Ferguson

New York Jets

Lawrence Timmons

Pittsburgh Steelers

Fred Jackson

Seattle Seahawks

Sam Bradford

Philadelphia Eagles

Branden Albert

Miami Dolphins

Duane Brown

Houston Texans

Kyle Long

Chicago Bears

Charles Johnson

Carolina Panthers

Eugene Monroe

Baltimore Ravens

Vontae Davis

Indianapolis Colts

Waterboys Playoffs

The regular season is over. Now our top fundraising Waterboys are squaring off in the first ever Waterboys Playoffs.  


Inspired to empower wounded veterans through a life-changing experience and new mission, Waterboy Champion and former Seattle Seahawk and active duty Green Beret, Nate Boyer, has joined Chris Long and the rest of the "Waterboys" to create the Conquering Kili project. Boyer has challenged wounded veteran, Blake Watson,to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak on the African continent, in an effort to raise money and awareness for clean drinking water in Africa. Boyer has reached the first-year goal, raising over $110,000 to construct two wells and send Watson on the climb of his life! The duo made the climb in February, 2016 with Boyer reaching the summit on February 16. Watson will make another attempt at the summit next year. 


This is just the beginning for Conquering Kili! The challenge will continue, this time with the goal to send a group of combat veterans and NFL alumni on the climb. The new mission has begun. Boyer aims to raise $1 million through the program and send as many veterans as possible up Mt. Kilimanjaro. Take the challenge today and help fund the next well!