Brand Partnerships

We work closely with our Brand Partners to develop mutually-beneficial fundraising campaigns, co-branded merchandise, media, and experiences that have an incredible impact on the world.

The Smile Generation Gives Together

The Smile Generation, a group of 630 dentistries, have joined together to fundraise for clean and safe drinking water, raising over $450,000 in just one month.

Check out their campaign

Interested in getting your brand involved?

Our most successful partnerships span a multi-year life cycle and involve a number of different tactics. Here are a handful of ways your brand can partner with charity: water.


Contribute to water projects, operations, or the tools that make our work possible.

  • Corporate gift
  • Percentage of sale
  • Round-up
  • Matching
  • Support pipeline
  • Support operations
  • Gifts in kind


Rally your employees and customers to fundraise and help spread the word.

  • Employee fundraising
  • Customer fundraising
  • Community outreach


Help shine a bigger spotlight on the water crisis and the impact of our work.

  • Media support and inventory
  • Gifted social media
  • Event integration

Official Brand Partners

As an official brand partner, you’ll have access to white glove account management services, reporting and proof for all water projects funded, and a full library of logos, photos, videos, and stories from the field.

More about Google

We received a $5 million Impact Award grant from in 2012 to develop and deploy a hand-pump sensor that would monitor and relay data on water flow. With nearly 1,000 in the field and more on deck, we're working together to advance transparency and sustainability in the water sector.

More about Caterpillar

Partnering since 2010, Caterpillar has joined us to support water projects in seven countries, sponsor a Waterwalk at charity: ball, generously support our operations, and fund our first virtual reality film.

More about KGM

Partnering with us since 2013, Keurig Green Mountain has sponsored new water projects and invested in Pipeline to keep water flowing. They've inspired campaigners with a generous match to double their impact in Ethiopia and spread the word about the water crisis in Rwanda through the #BrewViewGive Campaign.

More about Red Nose Day

Starting in 2015, charity: water was one of twelve domestic and international charities to partner with Comic Relief for Red Nose Day's launch in the United States, bringing clean and safe drinking water to children and communities in Rwanda.

More about Nautica

In 2007, Nautica led the way as one of charity: water's first corporate partners. Since then, they've sponsored a Waterwalk, held a holiday photo challenge, and ran an incredible consumer campaign to raise over $3 million for clean water projects in eight countries.

More about Smile Generation

Since 2009, Smile Generation has supported water projects in four countries, aided Haiti after the earthquake, helped us fund a drilling rig, inspired doctors and patients to build more than 100 wells in 2013, got a little #Crazy4Water in 2015 and Gave 100% in 2016, and created 10,000 Smiles in 2017.

More about Humble Bundle

The Humble Bundle community has sponsored projects in seven countries, benefitted charity: water through more than two dozen bundles, helped PewDiePie celebrate 10M YouTube followers, highlighted us in the Humble Store, and aided Nepal after the earthquake.

More about Lokai

Together we launched the first limited-edition blue lokai bracelet ahead of World Water Day 2015. Through $3 from each purchase, an Instagram campaign, and encouraging customers to pledge their birthdays, Lokai has helped us to stay humble, stay hopeful, and bring clean drinking water to over 10,000 people in Ethiopia.

More about Emergen-C

Emergen-C joined us in 2016 to transform lives by bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in Ethiopia through a multi-year partnership. They're also helping spread awareness of the global water crisis through the #40Pounds Challenge, asking consumers to lift items that weigh the same amount as a full Jerry Can.

More about AmazonSmile

Since launching in 2013, Amazon has donated a percentage of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to customers who choose charity: water. Since then, AmazonSmile customer purchases have funded dozens of water projects in Malawi, Mozambique and Nepal, and even highlighted charity: water with The Today Show.

More about Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco has supported our mission by giving from their Water for All fund and matched employee giving program. Since 2010, they've sponsored projects in Burkina Faso, Kenya, Tanzania, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Cambodia, Ethiopia and Mali.

More about Gundry MD

One of our newest partners is Gundry MD, a supplement and skincare company founded by cardiologist Dr. Steven Gundry. Dr. Gundry has operated on patients in over 30 countries and has seen firsthand how a lack of access to clean water can cause health problems. Gundry MD has committed to donating 5 cents for every unit sold to bring clean water to communities in need. They've already sponsored water projects in Tigray, Ethiopia which will change lives for years to come.

More about Spredfast

Spredfast supports our vision to reinvent charity by donating their social media management platform in-kind, helping us spread the word about our mission and engage with our amazing supporters. They're also passionate about involving their community in our mission through their #Spredwater initiative, which brings clean water through social media shares.

More about Soma

Soma donates an ongoing percentage of proceeds and works with the charity: water team to create limited edition products that bring clean water to someone in need with every purchase. Soma employees also get involved -- everyone pledges their birthday!

More about Corkcicle

Corkcicle is donating 5% of their online sales to provide clean water for people in need.

Current Corporate Sponsors

We arm our Corporate Sponsors with customizable creative assets, so their marketing can help spread the charity: water story and bring clean water to people in need.