Water bottle

This July, it's what's not inside that counts

You sell the bottle, children in war zones get the water.


Join the Goods for Good Campaign – sign up as a seller, set up your online shop, share with your friends and followers. Together, we’re raising money to provide emergency supplies for children caught in conflict.

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Throughout July, this community of Goods for Good sellers are raising money to provide emergency supplies to children caught in conflict.

48%

£4,850 raised of a £10,000 target. £4,850 could provide a month of clean water to 584 children and their parents.

How the Goods for Good campaign works

How it works

STEP 1:
What you do

Set up your Goods for Good online shop, update it with your own message and fundraising target.

Share the link with your friends, family and social media followers

How it works

STEP 2:
What your friends do

Your friends visit your online shop and buy a Waterless Bottle, helping you get closer to your fundraising target and making a big difference for children caught in conflict.

How it works

STEP 3:
What we do

We send the Waterless Bottles directly to every person who’s bought one.

The money raised from the sale of Waterless Bottles enables Save the Children to get clean, safe water to the children that need it – whatever the circumstance.

Rachel
Rachel

Signed up 12 days ago

103%

£685 raised of a £660 target.

Scott
Scott

Signed up 12 days ago

115%

£579 raised of a £500 target.

Kara
Kara

Signed up 12 days ago

525%

£525 raised of a £100 target.

Pam
Pam

Signed up 12 days ago

113%

£454 raised of a £400 target.

+26 others

Save the Children

Right now, one in six children in the world are directly affected by armed conflict.

But the thing that’s killing more children than any weapon? The lack of access to clean water.

In a conflict zone, clean water can be hard to come by. Water sources have been battered by persistent bombing, and often people can’t access enough fuel or electricity to power their water pumps.

But it’s even worse for children. They may have fled their homes in fear, and struggle to find water as they search for somewhere safer. Collecting water may be dangerous due to armed groups, or sometimes water points can be seized entirely and guarded by men with guns.

With the lack of water and the damage to sanitation systems, deadly diseases can quickly spread – killing children in their thousands.

The good news is that we can help

Whatever the situation, whatever the circumstance, we get clean, safe water to the children that need it.

What buying a bottle can do

£10 Donation

A donation of £10 could truck a day’s worth of emergency water to a displaced family in Yemen.

£10 Donation

A £15 Classic Waterless Bottle could distribute two week’s worth of water purification tablets to a family that has fled Myanmar.

£10 Donation

The price of 3 Classic bottles could supply a ceramic water filter, ensuring a family in Yemen has access to clean water every day.

£10 Donation

The price of 10 Classic bottles could buy 37 jerry cans, enabling 37 Rohingya families to transport and store clean water in Bangladesh.

£10 Donation

The price of 140 Classic bottles is all it takes to rehabilitate an existing well in Somalia, so it can once again provide 500 people with safe, clean water every day.

£10 Donation

The price of 778 Classic bottles could pay for the construction of a traditional pond (birka) to store life-saving water for a community of 5,400 people in East Africa.