There were a few things that Scott Harrison thought he could change if he started his own charity. So at 30 he founded charity: water, which brings clean drinking water to developing nations. He set about doing things his way: Projects would be easy to track by donors who could follow progress by way of GPS information and photos onGoogle Earth. Every bit of public money raised would go directly to water projects, and operating costs for the charity would be raised separately. Read the complete Inc. Magazine article.