Haiti Water Relief

$30,768 $69,232
Raised Remaining
Jul 26, 2012

Clean Water Video by Jean-Michel Cousteau

Haiti - Drinking & Bathing in River
Haiti - Drinking & Bathing in River

Clean water is a luxury currently impacting 2 billion people in the world.  In Haiti, cholera has claimed the lives of over 7,000 people and it has been estimated that 250,000 Haitians may contract cholera this year alone.  Jean-Michel Cousteau stated that cholera can spread through the coral reefs and already cholera has spread to the Domican Republic, Cuba and South Florida.  Meanwhile plastic waste is creating environmental disasters the size of Texas in the Pacific ocean and in many places around the world.

Jean-Michel recently discussed how these 2 different social problems could be aided in part by socially innovative products like WaterBrick.  How can you help?  Check out Jean-Michel's video link attached and help us continue to help those in need in Haiti by contributing and sharing our mission with family, friends and colleagues.  If there are other ways you can help, call us at 877-420-9283.

Haiti - Trash Waste in City Soleil
Haiti - Trash Waste in City Soleil's Canals



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WaterBrick International

Winter Garden, FL, United States

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Wendell Adams

ORLANDO, FL United States

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