Water-to-Go: Changing the World, One Bottle at a Time
Giving back is something that is at the heart of what we do so we are always looking to get involved in charitable projects and causes that align with our mission and aims.
Every person in the world needs clean contamination free water to survive. At Water-to-Go, we want to give the World safe clean water that they can afford. In the Western world, we take clean water and sanitation for granted but for many others across the world, that fundamental right is just a dream. We want to make a difference and are working with various charities and organisations, as we continue to expand, to try to make that dream a reality.
One of our key goals is to support the work of charities and their efforts in supporting the underprivileged. Since we started in 2010, we have supported many different initiatives and worthwhile causes to further our mission and goals. This can be on support for colleagues who travel abroad and need clean water to allow them to carry out their duties and mission, providing promotion and exposure via our website and social media channels, or donating bottles to various projects in underprivileged communities through referral schemes.
We are working with Just a Drop to help provide clean water for all
Just a Drop is a charity that seeks to provide sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities across the world, transforming lives. They believe everyone, everywhere, should have access to clean water as a basic right so are working to make this happen. We all want to see a world where everyone has clean water and adequate sanitation, and the increased health and prosperity this brings. Their sustainable projects provide support to communities, such as through the construction of hand-dug and drilled wells, pipelines, sand dams, rainwater harvesting systems and latrines, and hygiene and sanitation programmes. They have reached over 1.5 million people in 32 countries since we began in 1998. Their project work is currently focused in Cambodia, India, Kenya, Nicaragua, Uganda and Zambia. To find out more about Just a Drop, or to make a donation, please visit: www.justadrop.org
Just a Drop supports the creation of sustainable, water and food secure communities in marginalised and underprivileged areas. They also work with SHGs and schools to provide hygiene training in the places that they work. They support soil and water conservation food security programs, as with a stable source of nutritious food, the health of the whole community improves
We are working with Malaria No More UK to help tackle malaria
Malaria No More UK’s mission is to see an end to the world’s oldest and deadliest disease, that would save the lives of millions.
Around since the dinosaurs, malaria is thought to have killed more than half of all humankind. But today the disease still kills a child every two minutes, despite being entirely preventable (using bed nets and insecticide spraying) and treatable (costing less than $21 to save a life). It still kills almost half a million people every year. Global progress against the disease – which saw 7 million lives saved and deaths reduced by 60% is under threat due to stalled funding and a decline in political attention. We are partnering with Malaria No More UK to end this deadly disease once and for all. In the 21st Century, no child should die from a mosquito bite.
Malaria No More UK is helping lead the charge against malaria, and exists to catalyse and inspire the global partnerships, leadership and financing necessary to achieve a 90% reduction in malaria by 2030, save 10 million lives, and put us on track to make malaria no more. If efforts are maintained, we could be the generation to end malaria for good.
We have supported many different smaller scale projects and causes all over the world. We partner with organisations and people that facilitate impactful efforts focused on improving our environment and our community. Along with this, Water-to-Go actively gets involved with and promotes initiatives that help to improve the health and wellbeing of the public. Whilst it is important for us to support projects in underprivileged communities across the world, we feel it is equally as important to encourage and promote initiatives closer to home that collectively help our planet and health.