Your Impact

    
EVERY PURCHASE FROM LIL' SOULS WILL HELP PROVIDE ONE PERSON WITH ACCESS TO SAFE WATER FOR ONE YEAR THROUGH WATER.ORG
  
We believe that every child deserves the best start in life. Access to water means a healthy start and creates bright futures. That's why we are supporting Water.org to help provide children and families all over the world with access to safe water and sanitation.
    
Together we can help to end the global water crisis, one small step at a time.

Lil' Souls is proud to be supporting Water.org, an international nonprofit organization that has positively transformed millions of lives around the world with access to safe water and sanitation.

Founded by Matt Damon and Gary White, Water.org pioneers market-driven financial solutions to the global water crisis. For more than 25 years they've been providing families with hope, health and bright futures.

785 million people — about 1 in 9 — lack access to safe water; 2 billion — about 1 in 3 — lack access to a toilet. Water.org is dedicated to changing this, empowering families through access to affordable financing and expert resources to make household water and toilet solutions a reality

You can read more about the amazing work that they do here and learn about other ways in which you can support the cause.

         

 Every two minutes, a child dies from a water and sanitation-related disease.

Access to safe water and sanitation contributes to improved health and helps prevent the spread of infectious disease, like diarrhea. Safe water can save lives.

 

Having access to safe water is time saved. Time that would have been spent walking for miles to collect water, can be time that kids can get back to play, to just be kids, to go to school, get an education and create a bright future. 

 

In many developing countries the task of collecting water, falls on women and girls. In fact, women and girls collectively spend over 200 million hours every day collecting water.

This takes time away from work, school and caring for family, locking women in a cycle of poverty. Providing access to safe water can help to empower women, giving them time back to get an education and to earn a living. 

Photos courtesy of Water.org