GIVING HAS
NEVER
FELT SO GOOD

Buying a specially selected gift from
The Body Shop will provide a day of
safe water for a family in Ethiopia.

Around
1,400 people
die every day

from diseases caused
by dirty water and
poor sanitation

(source: WaterAid)

MAKE A POSITIVE
DIFFERENCE AND
HELP A FAMILY LIKE
GEDMANESH’S TODAY

20-year-old Gedamnesh, from the Mazoria community in Ethiopia, is seven months pregnant. Every day is a struggle to get clean, safe water for her family. Thankfully, though, WaterAid has stepped in to give Gedamnesh the help she so urgently needs. Together with local partners, the charity is building a source of clean water for her community, bringing them new hope… and new life.

Gedamnesh says, “I hope the water will arrive by the time I give birth to my second child… it’s going to be one lucky child. When they grow up I’ll tell them, ‘We got this clean water just around the time you were born.’ It will be a story to tell!”

You can make a positive difference and help a family like Gedmanesh’s today!

The Holidays should be a magical time for everybody. That's why, this festive season, we're partnering up with WaterAid to provide families like Gedamnesh's with safe drinking water they so desperately need.

For every specially selected gift in the campaign sold this festive season, we’ll make a contribution of 9 cents which can provide a family with a day’s supply of safe water.

Additional funds from the campaign that exceed our donation goal will be used by WaterAid to provide safe water where there is great need. WaterAid operates in 37 countries across the world, bringing water, sanitation and improved hygiene to some of the world’s poorest communities. You can find out more about WaterAid’s work WaterAid.org

And we won’t
stop there…

With your support, we’ll help
provide 3.65 million days of safe
water, assisting 1,000 families
with access to safe water over
the next 10 years – making a
huge difference.

1. Photography: Wateraid - Anna Kari/ 2. Photography: Wateraid - Behailu Shiferaw/ 3. Photography: Wateraid - Anna Kari/ 4. Photography: Wateraid - Behailu Shiferaw