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Maji Bottles

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Almost a billion people on the planet don't have access to clean drinking water. Millions of women and children have to walk hours each day to get water from muddy ponds and rivers. And much of that water is infested with bacteria, parasites or leeches.

When we learned that only $20 can give someone access to clean, safe water, we decided to start a company call Maji (Swahili for water). The idea is simple: provide customers with awesome products that they need anyway but give a portion of each sale to charity: water. In doing so, we empower the average consumer to put a dent in the water crisis, even those who never get the opportunity to donate. For every 4 products sold, we can give one person clean drinking water for LIFE. How cool is that?

This campaign represents the awesome, collective power of Maji customers.

This campaign brought clean water to Ha Bour School, Cambodia and 2 other projects.

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This campaign closed on Dec 31, 2012 and the money is being sent to the field. Still want to donate? You can give directly to charity: water.

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Top donors listed by:
Fish & Richardson P.C.$2,000
Maji Bottles$1,240
Maji Bottles$1,000
Maji Bottles$250
Paul Veiga$90

This campaign brought clean water to Ha Bour School, Cambodia and 2 other projects.

Almost a billion people on the planet don't have access to clean drinking water. Millions of women and children have to walk hours each day to get water from muddy ponds and rivers. And much of that water is infested with bacteria, parasites or leeches.

When we learned that only $20 can give someone access to clean, safe water, we decided to start a company call Maji (Swahili for water). The idea is simple: provide customers with awesome products that they need anyway but give a portion of each sale to charity: water. In doing so, we empower the average consumer to put a dent in the water crisis, even those who never get the opportunity to donate. For every 4 products sold, we can give one person clean drinking water for LIFE. How cool is that?

This campaign represents the awesome, collective power of Maji customers.

Learn about the water crisis

Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Your donation will help change that.

Comments by donors

  • Paul Veiga
    Paul Veiga donated $50 - over 2 years ago

    Special thanks to those at PwC who purchased bottles this past month to help us fill the well! We did it!

  • Austin Nissly
    Austin Nissly donated $50 - over 2 years ago

    Almost there!

  • Maji Bottles
    Max Ade donated $50 - over 2 years ago

    Let's finish this thing!

  • Maji Bottles
    Maji Bottles donated $45 - over 2 years ago

    Sales on Roozt.com

  • tommy martin
    tommy martin donated $20 - over 2 years ago

    good luck!

  • Maji Bottles
    Maji Bottles donated $1,240 - over 2 years ago

    Let's fill this well!

  • Colleen Donnelly
    Colleen Donnelly donated $20 - over 2 years ago

    Miss you euphie!

  • Maji Bottles
    Maji Bottles donated $1,000 - over 2 years ago

    Since July 17th, we began donating the full purchase price of our bottles to this well. We even covered the cost of the bottles and rounded up to make it an even $1,000! :-)

  • Maji Bottles
    Fish & Richardson P.C. donated $2,000 - about 3 years ago

    A special thanks to Fish & Richardson P.C. for providing Maji Bottles with unmatched legal support throughout our journey. This donation was funded by 400 loyal Maji customers and will provide 100 people clean drinking water for LIFE!

  • Maji Bottles
    Maji Bottles donated $250 - about 3 years ago

    A special thanks to our first 50 customers for believing that we really could do something awesome! #drinkdifferent

100 percent

Private donors cover our operating cost so that 100% of all public donations can go directly to water project costs.