FreshWaterSystems.com Mascot Contest

FreshWaterSystems.com Mascot Contest

Freshwater-mascot-contest1 We have designed a mascot for FreshWaterSystems.com but there is just one problem – he doesn’t have a name! This is where you our valued visitors come in. If you are a creative person who is able to come up with fun nicknames, then enter this contest and you might win some great prizes!

The rules are simple and so is the entry process. All you need to do is fill out this form and come up with a fun, compelling, and appropriate name for the our new mascot. The contest has two steps.

  1. Fill out our simple online form submitting your name for our Mascot. Submissions are due by September 7th, 2009
  2. The Fresh Water Team will choose the top 10 user submitted names. We will open user voting for the best name with an online voting poll. Online voting starts September 8th and ends September 18th.

We will be offering prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners.

1st Place: US-EZ-4 Drinking Water System w/  27oz Stainless Steel Klean Kanteen w/ Neo Tote & Plastic S-Biner.
2nd Place: 27oz Stainless Steel Klean Kanteen w/ Neo Tote & Plastic S-Biner
3rd PlaceFWS 25oz Polylite Sports Water Bottle

So put on your creative thinking caps, and suggest a name. It’s definitely worth a try. Good luck!

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Matt Damon Starts Safe Water Organization

H2o-foundation Matt Damon, H2O Africa co-founder, and Gary White, WaterPartners executive director and co-founder, and have joined forces to create a new organization: Water.org.

Water.org combines the powerful marketing platform of H2O Africa with WaterPartners’ proven track record of on-the-ground water project success. Why the change? The merger will increase efficiencies, leverage expertise, and increase the overall social return on donations. The result: far more people with access to safe drinking water and sanitation.

Matt Damon and the other co-founders of H2O Africa did a tremendous job of advancing its mission by creating widespread public awareness of the water crisis in Africa and gathering support for clean water programs. The natural next question was how best to deploy the funds raised. That’s where WaterPartners entered the picture.

WaterPartners is a U.S.-based nonprofit bringing safe drinking water to people in developing countries. By working through certified local partner organizations and offering innovative financing through its WaterCredit Initiative, WaterPartners empowers local communities to develop and sustain solutions to their own water needs. Last year alone, WaterPartners reached more than 142,000 people in Africa, South Asia, and Central America with clean water.

Water.org will continue to deliver the same high-quality water and sanitation projects that have defined WaterPartners for nearly two decades and H2O Africa throughout its history. We’ll also continue our relentless pursuit of new, innovative ways to reach more people with safe water.

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