Earth Month 2017
$507,880.68
for WaterAid
THANK YOU

top fundraising individuals

Lindsy Tkach, Dahlia Salon & Spa
Barry Kruisselbrink, Mane Street
Jeffrey Robins, Mane street
Melanie Whitmore, civello rosedale
Maurice Venere, salon venere
Elizabeth Paguandas, collega (education)
Vanessa Fratia, collega (marketing)
Aubrey Boehr, brio salon
Gabo Hernandez, civello queen
Heather Tytula, brio salon

top fundraising TEAMS

Collega (Admin)
MANE STREET HAIR STYLING
CIVELLO QUEEN
CIVELLO ROSEDALE
BRIO SALON
Collega (Education)
AVEDA INSTITUTE TORONTO
DAHLIA SALON & SPA
Collega (Marketing + Retail)
DIVA COUNTRY HILLS BOULEVARD

Let's give her more time for what matters

With access to clean water, we give mothers more time for what matters:
family, opportunity, health.


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Earth Month Blog


Why Water?

2.3 billion people don’t have access to an adequate bathroom, one in three of the world’s population.

2.3 billion people don’t have access to an adequate bathroom, one in three of the world’s population.

ACCESS

Almost a billion (946 million) people in the world defecate in the open because they lack access to a sanitary or adequate toilet. 

Almost a billion (946 million) people in the world defecate in the open because they lack access to a sanitary or adequate toilet. 

SANITATION

Improved sanitation would give each household 1,000 hours a year to work, study, and rest. This equates to an estimated $100 billion each year.

Improved sanitation would give each household 1,000 hours a year to work, study, and rest. This equates to an estimated $100 billion each year.

$28.4 billion of investment is needed each year to give everyone clean water, adequate toilets and good hygiene by 2030.

$28.4 billion of investment is needed each year to give everyone clean water, adequate toilets and good hygiene by 2030.

HYGIENE

TIME


Why WaterAid?

Local participation in a project fosters ownership by the community. This increases the likelihood that projects will be sustained in the long-term.

Local participation in a project fosters ownership by the community. This increases the likelihood that projects will be sustained in the long-term.

EMPOWERMENT

Upon project completion, locals are equipped with tools and knowledge required to manage and maintain the new facilities.

Upon project completion, locals are equipped with tools and knowledge required to manage and maintain the new facilities.

OPPORTUNITY

By giving water, people can focus on developing projects and education within their communities to make long time dreams come true.

By giving water, people can focus on developing projects and education within their communities to make long time dreams come true.

DREAMS

WaterAid’s bottom-up approach to hygiene promotion makes it likely that community members will listen to and accept the suggested behavioral changes.

WaterAid’s bottom-up approach to hygiene promotion makes it likely that community members will listen to and accept the suggested behavioral changes.

EDUCATION