Water For Life announces launch of global sustainable water filter campaign

Water For Life has announced its campaign to raise funds and awareness to support its global clean water initiatives to bring sustainable access to clean water by delivering high-tech water filters to families, schools, orphanages, and entire villages.

SAN DIEGO, CA, Oct. 20, 2015 -- As reported by United Nations, 4,000 children die each day as a result of diseases caused by ingestion of unsanitary water. Further, it noted that four out of every 10 people in the world, particularly those in Africa and Asia, do not have clean water to drink.

As such, Water For Life has announced its campaign to raise funds and awareness to support its global clean water initiatives to bring sustainable access to clean water by delivering high-tech water filters to families, schools, orphanages, and entire villages.

Water For Life has partnered with Sawyer to provide Personal MINI water filters for pledges that provide Family filters to suffering families, through Indiegogo. In its first few days, Water For Life has already achieved its initial goal of $25,000 to deliver 500 filters to Cambodia and is working on securing funds to send filters to Kenya and India as additional goals.

"Clean water is a basic human need but not available to 1.4 billion people around the world," said Water for Life founder Rudy Shaffer. "I have traveled to many countries where children are in desperate need of safe drinking water. This high-tech filter is a sustainable solution to supply clean, safe drinking water and directly affects the children that are dying each day from water borne diseases. We see the immediate difference and impact in people's lives from this amazing technology."

See also:

"World Water Day 2015: New rankings reveal highest-performing global water, sanitation & hygiene nonprofits"

"Major water networks partner to address water sanitation, manage water resources worldwide"

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