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Join Matt Damon And Water.org To Bring People Safe Drinking Water

Join Matt Damon And Water.org To Bring People Safe Drinking Water

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Did you know that nearly a billion people have no access to clean water and over two and a half billion don’t have proper sanitation? Did you know that water borne diseases kill 9,000 people every day; one every ten seconds, mostly small children. That’s more lives claimed each year by water related diseases than by guns and wars.

FanBolt is supporting Water.org to raise awareness for this incredible cause. The Water.org mission is to make people aware of the magnitude of the unsafe water crisis and also emphasize that people have the opportunity to directly contribute to the cause through a CamelBak water bottle initiative that Matt Damon, co-founder of Water.org, is getting behind.

This campaign is called “Hope In A Bottle.” With the help of CamelBak, Water.org has developed a limited edition, reusable, environmentally friendly water bottle. The campaign runs through the end holiday season and the can only be purchased directly from Water.org. 100% of the profits go directly towards Water.org projects around the globe.

If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the Holiday season for your environmentally conscience friend, this is definitely it. I’m always a firm supporter in gifts that give beyond just your purchase. $25 brings one person clean water for life. What an amazing gift you can give! And you can even track the progress of your donation! Everyone who buys a bottle will receive a link that invites them to follow the progress of a community that their purchase is going to help.

884 million people lack access to safe water. $25 brings one person clean water for life. Support the cause at Water.org.

For more information check out Water.org on Facebook and Twitter.

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Disclaimer: Water.org did send FanBolt a CamelBak water bottle for consideration for this placement. We did not receive any additional compensation for this article, and we do believe it is a wonderful cause to support.

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Emma Loggins Emma Loggins is the Editor in Chief of FanBolt. She updates daily on the latest entertainment news, her opinions on current happenings in the media, screening/filming opportunities, inside scoops and more.  She’s been writing on the world of geekdom and pop culture since 2002!

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