Why donating to non-profits is important
Water is a basic human need. Without clean water, humans can die from disease, malnutrition and dehydration. Basic sanitation is also important for public health.
At Pureblue.io, we believe that everyone should have access to clean water.
At Pureblue.io, we believe that everyone should have access to clean water. Water is a basic human right and something that we often take for granted. But around the world, millions of people lack access to clean drinking water. Each day, 7,500 children die from preventable causes related to dirty water and poor sanitation—that's more than one child every minute.
Clean water is important not only for health but also for agriculture and industry as well as recreation (think swimming!). We're working together with our partners around the world so that everyone has access to this vital resource."
We are working with partners to develop sustainable solutions to water scarcity
The need for clean water is growing, and we’re working with partners to develop sustainable solutions to the crisis.
In our case our collaboration with Madeblue allows us to contribute our profits to the various water proyects they have in progress in various countries in Africa and Southeast Asia.
Donating to charity saves lives.
Donating to charity saves lives. Lots of them.
If you've ever heard of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, then you already know how important clean drinking water is for every human being on this planet. When lead pipes are used to transport water from the source to your house (or office), it can become contaminated with dangerous amounts of lead that affect people's health and can even cause death if they're not treated properly. This is why donations help fund research into new ways we can treat water-borne diseases like typhoid fever or cholera—and make safe drinking water more accessible without having an adverse effect on our bodies.
Give to charitable organizations that focus on water conservation or providing clean water in places where disease is prevalent.
● Give to charitable organizations that focus on water conservation or providing clean water in places where disease is prevalent.
● Make a donation to your local food bank and help them stock their shelves with non-perishable foods, like canned goods and dried pasta. There are also many organizations that will give back to individuals in need when you make a donation of $25 or more!
Water is the most important resource on our planet. It’s necessary for every living thing and without it, we would die. Luckily, there are many non profits out there working hard to help people who don’t have access to clean water or need more of it for their crops so that they can grow food. If you want to make a difference in someone else's life today then please consider donating!