Why you should careWhen you support a water non-profit, you get more than just clean water. You get more fish, more health education, and a healthier you.
by Cindy J Lin
Thankfully, we are surrounded by many amazing non-profit organizations working hard to defend, bring, and fund clean water, sanitation services, water infrastructure, community health, and monitoring of our precious water resources. Many socially responsible companies directly fund these non-profit organizations, and you can too. Here are six impressive water organizations working to end the water crisis.
Having worked in government, with non-profit organizations and in social commerce, I have personally seen how support of these organizations can make a difference to the water we drink, the oceans we swim in and the drinking water we rely on for our health.
Dr. Cindy J Lin is the Founder and CEO of Hey Social Good and Hove Social Good Intelligence. Before working in the social commerce space, she achieved her 10 year old dream of working at the US Environmental Protection Agency, where she engaged in international and national water protection projects and sweeping environmental policy changes, including serving as the Water Adviser at the US Embassy in Beijing, China.
This article first appeared in Medium.
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