Multipure to Aid Roy Maas Youth Alternatives Multipure’s Pure Foundation to Provide Clean Water to Needy Children. Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 11, 2013 This January, Multipure’s Founders, Executives, and Distributors will provide much-needed charitable assistance to the children of Roy Maas Youth Alternatives’ (RMYA) MeadowLand Ranch in San Antonio, Texas. Through Multipure’s Pure Foundation, the volunteers from Multipure will distribute and install up to 35 Multipure drinking water ...[READ MORE]
Today is the day Monsanto and corporate agribusiness have been dreading, and the day that millions of us have been waiting for. Today a grassroots corps of volunteer petition gatherers arrived at County Clerks' offices in all 58 counties in California. They delivered almost a million petitions signed by registered voters along with this message: Millions against Monsanto are taking back our democracy and restoring our fundamental right to know what's in our food. This is the first step in ...[READ MORE]
In honor of World Water Day coming up on Thursday, March 22, Matt Damon, actor and co-founder of Water.org, released a video today urging people to “take action by donating your voice to the cause.” He reminds us of the tragic reality that “almost 1 billion people are forced to spend countless hours scavenging for even the smallest amount of water.” But Damon’s co-founder, Gary White, brings good news: “There are solutions for this,” he says. “We just need to have the resolve to get this ...[READ MORE]
Without water, life would not exist. It is a prerequisite for all human and economic development. Yet today, nearly one billion people – about one in eight – lack access to clean water. More than twice that many, 2.5 billion people, don’t have access to a toilet. There has been significant public attention paid to the issue of water scarcity lately, and for good reason. Although water is a renewable resource, it is also a finite one. Only 2.53 percent of earth’s water is fresh, and some ...[READ MORE]
Nine-year-old Rachel Beckwith didn't live long enough to reach her goal of raising $300 to bring clean water to African villagers. She died in a 13-car accident on Interstate 90 in Bellevue, Wash., last week, the Seattle Times reported. Since then, hundreds of thousands of dollars have flowed into the charity page she set up shortly before her accident, with more than 9,000 people contributing $368,000 to Rachel's cause. Read the rest of the story...
Nestlé is at it again; saying one thing and doing another. Today, at its annual shareholders’ meeting, Nestlé is busy touting a rosy new community siting strategy. Yet in Wacissa, Florida, Nestlé is set to pump an estimated 450,000 gallons each day from the pristine Wacissa River just to drive its bottled water profits. Wacissa residents are organizing to stop Nestlé. Your support will help them ...[READ MORE]
In the time it takes you to read this post, another eight children in developing countries will have died from water-related illnesses. Despite efforts, millions continue to lack access to safe water and sanitation around the world. And even those who can access these improved sources through protected wells or other advanced systems are still at risk of being exposed to contaminated water through its unhygienic handling during transport or within the home.World Water Week is September 6th - ...[READ MORE]