$43,800 vs. $100

by Chip Kragt on November 19, 2015

In most of the world, even the tap water isn’t safe to drink. According to the CDC, no African country has drinkable tap water.

Even if you’re not drinking from the river, you’re still getting viruses and bacteria that can and will make you sick.

So, if your only options are bottled water or one of our filters, what should you choose?

Well, here’s a cost breakdown made just for you.

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A Rwandan family of 5 would have to spend $43,800 to get 10 years of clean water.

But you can give them 10 years of clean water for only $100, all thanks to our innovative (and very affordable) household filter. Please donate today.

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We’re making dirty water clean.  But we can’t do it alone.

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