One of our key goals is to support the work of charities and their efforts in supporting the underprivileged
This can be on support for colleagues who travel abroad and need clean water to allow them to carry out their duties and mission, to supporting fundraising with donations and prizes, to drawing attention to good deeds by featuring them on our social media platforms.
We have appointed a Charity Team to focus our efforts and to seek out and select suitable projects. Chaired and managed by investors in the business, the Charity Team would be happy to receive contact and assess suggestions by sending an e-mail to [email protected] .
To date, we have supported smaller organisations such as Child Aid Gambia right up to supplying Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) with Water to-Go products for their emergency packs and fundraising in Benelux. We are now developing relationships with other influential conservation charities and organisations to help raise awareness and tackle plastic pollution.
Hunger Project 2017
Water-to-Go are currently working with The Hunger Project – a global NGO who are committed to the sustainable end of world hunger and poverty by 2030. One of the main aspects of their work is to ensure the communities have access to safe, clean water in order to improve health, sanitation and hygiene. To help raise funds, Water-to-Go produced a limited edition Hunger Project branded bottle that was sold via our distributors across the world. So far, we have managed to raise $16,500 USD to The Hunger Project and we are now looking to enter new markets with them, beginning with Germany.
Child Aid Gambia 2014
Child Aid Gambia was set up in 2011 by Katy Roberts and her father Chris. They work predominantly with desperately poor children living in Gambia, who without their help struggle to survive. On their last visit in 2014, they distributed Water-to-Go filter bottles to local residents. Furthermore, Water-to-Go managed to raise over £5000 for the charity which was used to fund water projects in The Gambia. The most recent project was building a pipeline and well for the Ndagan Settlement in order to access to safe, clean drinking water.
Médecins Sans Frontières has helped tens of millions of people in disaster areas since 1971. The 13 founders have grown to over 36,000 staff on the frontline of emergency medical aid. Water-to-Go has long been a supporter of MSF, and has supplied Water-to-Go filtration bottles via their Barcelona logistics operation, and are proud to extend the association. Water-to-Go have manufactured a limited edition MSF branded bottle that is featured on the website. From each sale, a percentage goes directly into the projects on the ground.