Will and Jada Pinkett Smith jetted off to Ethiopia on a mission to shine a light on the water crisis ongoing on our cute little planet.
The power couple traveled abroad with charity:water to help drill fresh water wells and educate others on the plight many face. Keep in mind that a billion people on earth do not have access to clean water. Scott Harrison, founder of charity:water, took to Twitter saying, "Will and Jada Smith just spent a few days with us in Ethiopia and were greeted so warmly everywhere."
Fans have been able to keep up with the power couple via Yellow Thunder (charity:water's drilling rig)'s very own Twitter (@cwyellowthunder), where they've tweeted a few beautiful photos through Instagram:
Photo: Jada on Yellow Thunder. (Twitter/@cwyellowthunder)
Photo: Will pushes Yellow Thunder's buttons. (Twitter/@cwyellowthunder)
Will & Jada are no strangers when it comes to supporting Charity Water. In 2010, they both gave up their birthdays in order to raise money to build fresh water wells. And now they're there in person, helping bring water projects to life! Go Smiths, go Smiths, go Smiths, go! *Sings around my kitchen*