The Hydratis Challenge with Gandee.
Hydratis joins forces with Solidarités Internationale and Gandee and launches a campaign to raise awareness and collect donations for vulnerable populations who do not have access to drinking water.
The end of the campaign on 22 March 2021 will mark world water day. Since 1993, each year this date has been celebrated by the United Nations to highlight the importance of freshwater.
2.6 million people die each year due to lack of access to safe drinking water.
To convey the campaign and the message, Hydratis is launching a challenge on social networks #hydratischallenge, which consists of drinking a glass of water with the arm stretched above the head, to symbolise that access to water is a major problem in the world and to raise awareness of this reality.
Specialising in the development of solutions to improve body hydration, the group's mission is to develop and make accessible hydration solutions for everyone.
Today, many populations do not have access to quality water, which is vital for daily life. Therefore, Hydratis is addressing this problem in order to bring solutions to populations in need. "Hydration is a basic need for life and should not be a privilege but a right.
Committed to providing access to drinking water and sanitation for all, Solidarités International has been helping people affected by conflicts, epidemics and natural disasters since 1980.
How do we meet this challenge?
It's simple! :
- Contribute to the campaign on : https://www.gandee.com/participate/540
- Rising to the challenge
- Share it on social networks
- Nominate 5 people to take it in turn
Invite your friends, colleagues and relatives to take up the challenge and contribute to the kitty to share a moment of humour and solidarity. A donation of even 1 euro can, for example, allow a family to benefit from a day of access to drinking water in southern Sudan (15L/person).
The more you share, the more chances you have to raise the most money!
100% of the donations will be transferred to Solidarités International which, depending on the emergency and the needs, will finance several actions in countries where the population is concerned by the lack of drinking water. Each donor will receive a tax receipt corresponding to the amount of the donation (66% for individuals and 60% for companies).