MudLOVE, the Winona Lake, Ind., pottery company that has supported Water for Good by giving a percentage of their profits to the organization, is named on a Forbes list of Consumer Products Fighting the Global Water Crisis. A portion of the article appears below. Click here for the complete story. (Water for Good is a cooperating ministry in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches.)
10 Consumer Products Fighting The Global Water Crisis
It’s World Water Day – a national day commemorating the fight many have embarked upon to make clean, safe, accessible drinking water a reality for millions around the world. According to The Water Project, more than 700 million people lack safe drinking water or do not live in a close distance to water worldwide.
The water crisis is a massive problem, but one many have committed to solving through innovation.
In 2015, the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals list a lofty goal – by 2030 everyone will have access to safe drinking water around the world. Although there is a long road ahead, the UN and global nonprofits are making important strides to ensure this happens.
Yet, nonprofits and governmental initiatives are no longer the only parties in the fight to provide water to those in need. In recent years, there has been an uprising of social enterprises and products with a purpose – those that aim to create goods that people will love while making a tangible impact in the lives of others. …
- MudLOVEPartnered with nonprofit Water For Good, this pottery company provides products from mugs, bands and necklaces that provide one week of clean water for someone in need with every purchase.
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