Over the years, H.E.E.A.L.S. has been committed towards improving Water and Sanitation (WASH) facilities across the nation through various projects and awareness campaigns. We aim to facilitate the fulfilment of the millennium development goals, set out by the United Nations, by ensuring that every household in India has unimpeded access to proper WASH amenities. Currently, the Indian populous faces a paucity of proper toilets, sewer systems and clean drinking water. As per a survey conducted by H.E.E.A.L.S., in June 2014, there are at an average four families sharing one toilet in the National Capital region alone. The disparities are extreme and eminent in urban slums, where over 7-9 families share a 4’X4’ toilet. In our attempt to eradicate this disparity and cure the various health risks associated with the lack of WASH amenities, we plan to start an awareness campaign which seeks to reach out to remote localities and help educate people about the importance of WASH facilities. The project, aptly named WASH on Wheels (WOW), will equip people with the knowledge of safe sanitary practices, importance of personal hygiene, information on building toilets and preventing water borne diseases. The project involves a team of volunteers who shall travel to various localities (especially urban and rural slums) in a WASH vehicle. This vehicle will be supplemented with Multimedia equipment to help people of all ages understand our agenda through an interactive medium. The vehicle will also contain Soaps that we shall be distributing to the residents. The volunteers will be trained personals who shall over look this procedure and conduct small workshops to help the people imbibe the knowledge we provide them. As an organization, we believe the first step towards a solution is the awareness of the problem. Unless we can sensitize the people towards the cause, the solution, more often than not, is deemed redundant. We hope to start this campaign in Delhi and NCR, eventually we expect to branch out further in various rural areas.