We are lucky in America to have clean water. I never really considered this fact until this year with some controversy that came up. So now that it’s on my mind I feel like maybe I should help. And if the only way I can help is to support companies that are out there making a difference then that’s what I’m going to do.
4,000 children in developing countries die every day from illness and disease related to unsafe drinking water. PUR along with its not-for-profit partner, the Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program (CSDW), is committed to alleviating this global crisis by providing clean drinking water to those in need.
In January, which is right around the corner, PUR is partnering with “Summit on the Summit” (SOTS), a celebrity climb of Mt. Kilimanjaro featuring Jessica Biel, Alexandra Cousteau and others that will raise awareness and funds for clean drinking water efforts. Find out more HERE.
Dr. Greg Allgood, Founder and Director of CSDW, will be joining the climb as the water authority, educating the climbers on the global water crisis and what is being done to help.
PUR is asking for our help:
- When you buy a PUR, you’re not only helping your family get clean water, but a family across the world.
- 1 System = 1 Week: For every PUR system purchase, one week of clean drinking water is provided to a child in the developing world through CSDW. To-date, CSDW has already provided 1.8 billion liters of clean water to children and their families around the world.
Can you imagine not having clean water? I can’t, I’m a sad spoiled person that hates drinking the water that comes out of the tap at my dad’s house. Their water comes from the local lake and I can taste the dirt. Shame on me for being so picky. There is water out there that is so foul it makes children sick. So let’s make a difference.
Why Is PUR a Smart Choice for Families?
· By simply using a PUR water filter, you will remove many of the common contaminants found in drinking water. Including: 94% of atrazine, 98% of lead and other metals, 99.9% of microbial cysts and 96-99% of pharmaceuticals.
· Switching from bottled water to filtered water and a reusable bottle can save one person up to $600 a year and eliminate up to 3,200 plastic bottles.
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