Access to water changes everything

For millions of women, children, and communities, access to safe water can help break the cycle of poverty – unlocking education, economic opportunity and improved health. We’ve helped change the lives of more than 66 million people who now experience the hope, health, and possibilities that flow from safe water.

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Corporations and foundations that are changing lives with safe water

Starbucks is committed to building a water-positive future. Since 2022, Starbucks has supported our work to bring safe water and sanitation to people in water-stressed areas in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru. To date, they have helped change more than 150,000 lives with safe water or sanitation, exceeding original impact goals. In addition, The Starbucks Foundation’s Origin Grants portfolio is supporting more than 20,000 people in Brazil’s coffee communities with access to safe water or sanitation at home.

Since 2015, Stella Artois (a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch InBev) and have helped provide access to safe water for more than 4.5 million people in the developing world. By purchasing limited edition Chalices and other Stella Artois products, consumers were empowered to support our vision. Learn more.

The Bank of America Foundation has supported since 2011, bringing safe water or sanitation to more than 920,000 people in India and 26,000 people in Brazil. This partnership aims to reach 600,000 more people around the world by the end of 2024, accelerating positive change for people in need through our WaterCredit solution.

A partner since 2020, Acqua for Life currently supports five projects across four countries – Bangladesh, Indonesia, Tanzania, and the Philippines. Armani and Acqua for Life have a sustainability goal to help reach 1 million people with access to safe water by 2030, and we’re helping them meet that goal, as more than 240,000 people in need now have lasting access to safe water or sanitation.

In 2022, Amazon announced Water+, their commitment to being water positive by 2030. As part of this commitment, they pledged $10 million to support our work, including helping launch the Water and Climate Philanthropic Fund. In addition to launching this fund, Amazon’s donation will directly empower 1 million people with water access by 2025.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is committed to being water positive by 2030 and making more water available to the communities where they operate. Since 2019, they have helped develop a learning management system to drive the expansion of our work, and directly changed the lives of more than 249,000 people with safe water or sanitation in India and Indonesia.

In 2023, Cargill started supporting our work in Indonesia and the Philippines. The two-year project will reach 300,000 individuals directly with water and sanitation access while powering collaboration with local utilities to improve water quality and service coverage for many more families. Cargill and are active collaborators in WASH4Work, a global initiative to empower businesses to take action on water, sanitation and hygiene access.

Cummins Water Works is a multi-million-dollar commitment to strengthening communities through sustainable water and addressing the global water crisis. Since 2021, the Cummins Foundation has helped change more than 1.2 million lives with safe water or sanitation in Brazil, India, Mexico, Peru, and the Philippines, where they have operations.

The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has supported since 2014, when together we launched WaterCredit in Ethiopia, addressing the country’s unmet demand for affordable safe water and sanitation loan products. As a committed long-term partner, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has helped empower more than 560,000 people in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Uganda by expanding access to safe water and sanitation solutions.

For more than a decade, the IKEA Foundation and joined forces to drive innovation in the water sector and improve the health and well-being of children. Through the expansion of WaterCredit in Bangladesh and support of our New Ventures Fund, this partnership accelerated progress and helped more than 10 million people gain access to safe water or sanitation.

In 2015, Inditex, the fashion retail group including Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe, joined forces with to expand access to safe water and sanitation for those in need through the expansion of WaterCredit and investment in innovative market-based solutions. Since then, this partnership has reached more than 955,000 people in Bangladesh, 1.5 million people in Cambodia, 1 million people in India, and 13,000 people in Latin American, with more than 625,000 more people expected to be impacted around the world.

From 2011-2016, the MasterCard Foundation helped develop WaterCredit and expand this smart solution to the continent of Africa. With their generous support, we changed more than 424,600 lives with safe water or sanitation, more than twice the original goal.

Since 2020, Microsoft has partnered with to promote access to safe water and sanitation for people in Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Mexico. With their support we have changed the lives of more than 1.5 million people. Microsoft is committed to supporting innovative water replenishment solutions across the globe.

The PepsiCo Foundation worked with to provide access to safe water and sanitation to underserved communities starting in 2008. Responsible for proving and scaling WaterCredit in India, this partnership empowered more than 2.9 million people with safe water or sanitation and helped us to create sustainable and innovative models that accelerated access to safe water and sanitation, not only in India but throughout the developing world.

Reckitt is a global consumer health, hygiene and home company driven by a purpose to build healthier lives and happier homes in 60 countries around the world. Since 2018, Reckitt and have reached more than 2 million people with access to improved water or sanitation solutions. In addition, along with their Harpic and Lysol brands, Reckitt launched a consumer campaign to raise awareness and funds – More than a Toilet.

Target understands that safe water and sanitation improves health and saves lives and is dedicated to improving the wellness and resiliency of the communities where its manufacturing supply chain workers live and work. That's why Target supported to empower more than 1.3 million people in these communities in India, Bangladesh and Indonesia with access to safe water or sanitation through affordable financing.

Women + Water was a Global Development Alliance between USAID (U.S. Agency for International Development) and Gap Inc. committed to improving and sustaining the health and well-being of women and communities touched by the apparel industry in India. The Women + Water Alliance partnered with from 2017 to 2023 to accelerate women’s access to safe water and sanitation by providing access to affordable financing to people living in poverty.

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