Zappos 12th Birthday

by Zappos Family Employees

Zappos Family Employees brought clean water to Enda Slassie Community and 2 other projects.


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This campaign raised $9,364.
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100% of the money raised by this campaign is being used to bring clean water to those in need. In 18 months we’ll be able to show you exactly where the money went and who it helped.

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This year on June 1st The Zappos Family turns 12. That's twelve awesome years of delivering happiness to millions of customers.

What if we could celebrate this milestone by delivering happiness to people in another country, people without access to clean, safe drinking water?

This year let's honor the founding of Zappos by giving $12 to help people around the world find the happiness we experience everyday...the happiness of water.

If 417 people give, we can fund a water project for an entire village of 250 people.

If all Zappos Family employees donate $12, we could fund a project large enough to provide water to a school or health clinic plus two more villages...roughly 1,500 people.

Let's deliver some happiness together!

This campaign brought clean water to:
Enda Slassie Community, Ethiopia

This campaign contributed to 2 other projects. See all of Zappos Family Employees's projects here »

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