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To flourish as a society, we must protect society's most vulnerable. It begins with clean, uncontaminated water for kids in centers of development and learning. MAKE AN IMPACT

All Americans

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Supporting America's Water Infastructure

Millions of Americans Without Clean Water

The EPA estimates there are currently 9.7 to 12.8 million lead service lines across 50 states. Moreover, the growing inequality contributes to millions of people drinking water tainted with bacteria and harmful chemicals. Lead is particularly harmful to children, causing reduced mental capacities, increased aggression, and impulsivity.

Schools are ideal recipients as they serve communities, have a consistent source of electricity, and provide supervision.

Interesting Facts

Early Sanskrit writings outlined methods for purifying water, dating back to 2000 B.C
Up to 60% of the human adult body is water and up to 75% in newborns.
30+ million Americans in 2020 lived in areas where water systems violated safety rules, according to the EPA.
By 2040, almost 1 in 4 children will live in areas of extremely high water stress. By 2050, 32% of counties in America will be at high or extreme risk of water shortages.

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Water For Kids



Commercial water filtration systems are widely used throughout the world and are an effective, straightforward solution to antiquated water infrastructure. Reverse Osmosis is a filtration process that can eradicate heavy

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BPA Free Water Bottles

BPA stands for Bisphenol A, a chemical that is often found in consumer goods. It is a colorless solid material that is soluble in organic solvents but is poorly soluble

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A Fighting Chance

Clean water gives kids a chance to attend school and build a better future. Access to clean water restores health for families and reduces the amount of time that children,

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Community Testimonials

My students love it! They fill their water bottles everyday and we love the sanitation and ease of use

Principal Nathan Smith

Countryside Academy Benton Harbor, Michigan