Charity Project - Water Station
We’re did something special!! 🙌🏼
Did you know?
- Unsafe water sources are responsible for 1.2 million deaths each year?
- Unsafe water is one of the world’s largest health and environmental problems – particularly for the poorest in the world?
- In low-income countries unsafe water sources account for 6% of deaths?
- One-in-four people do not have access to safe drinking water?
Here at Impreshens, we believe no human should go without having access to clean water and it’s our moral obligation to help those less fortunate especially, if we have been blessed with the means to do so.
Unsafe water is one of the world’s largest health and environmental problems – particularly for the poorest in the world and lack of access to safe water sources is a leading risk factor for infectious diseases.
We’re pledging $5,000 to build a water well/station providing access to clean, fresh water for an entire village in a third world country and you’re going to help - WE are going to do this beautiful project together.
$50 from our next 100 orders will go towards this project so we can help change the lives of thousands!!
To make this happen, we’re teaming up with Sadaqa Welfare Fund, a non profit organisation from NSW (who we’ve personally worked with for the past 2yrs)
One of the main reasons for teaming up with this particular charity is they don’t turn their backs on their projects once they’re built.
The team will also annually maintain and service them to ensure the water stations last for as long as possible and to ensure the community is empowered for the long term.
We will post regular updates to track progress including a video of the project once it’s complete so you can see what you helped make possible.
To our next 100 clients - Nothing extra is required from you, it’s business as usual but as with each order, we’re creating more beautiful, natural, healthy homes - With this initiative, we’ll also be helping create a more beautiful world.
Grated up for the opportunity.
The Team at Impreshens.
‘Our Greatness Is Not What We Have, It’s What We Give’