Giving Back

We donate 25¢ to Water.org every time you buy.

It is our mission to leave a positive impact in our community and this world. For every order placed, we help transform lives around the world with access to safe water and sanitation through our donations to Water.org. 

Why We Give

780 million people – about one in nine – lack access to safe water (over 130 million in SE Asia alone); 2.5 billion people lack access to a toilet.  The lack of access to safe water spreads disease and compromises safety. It makes education elusive and economic opportunity farther out of reach. It is what is standing between billions of people and their health, safety, and the opportunity to unlock their true potential. Organisations like water.org know how to bring people safe water and improved sanitation. On average, every one US dollar invested in water and sanitation provides an economic return of four US dollars. For only US$25, Water.org can bring someone access to safe water.

Why Water.org

For more than 25 years, Water.org have made it their mission to bring water and sanitation to the world. Water.org pioneers innovative, community-driven and market-based solutions to provide access to safe water and sanitation -- giving women hope, children health and communities a future. To date, Water.org has positively transformed millions of lives around the world, ensuring a better life for generations ahead.

Importantly, Water.org achieved a 4-star rated from Charity Navigator, a distinction only 2% of NGOs achieve, and has maintained this stellar rating for seven years running. For more information about Water.org, please visit their site at www.water.org




Anisa

Water Changes Lives.

Meet Anisa.

Anisa lives in Indonesia, and at 13 years old, is the oldest of three. She loves school. But without safe water or a toilet at home, Anisa spent time gathering water, often prioritizing this over schoolwork. She couldn't relieve herself without worrying for her safety. So Anisa and her family partnered with Water.org to get access to a small, affordable loan that would allow them to take charge of their own water and sanitation needs through a safe water tap and a sanitary latrine at home. Anisa doesn't have to walk for water anymore, or sacrifice her schoolwork. Now she has water and a toilet right at home. She can plan for the future she deserves.

That's the power of water.