The 24 Hour #goodmaker Project
This year, we are setting out to raise $14,000 in the span of just 24 hours.
But we need your help to do it.
The 24 Hour #goodmaker Project is about more than just clean water. It’s about coming together, far and wide, to help our brothers and sisters who have been less fortunate than we have. It’s about showing the world that we won’t turn a blind eye to the billions of people who struggle on a daily basis because they don’t have access to one of life’s most basic essential needs. It’s about love & compassion.
When we join forces, we have the power to make the world a better place.
Join us on The 24 Hour #goodmaker Project and become a part of a movement that is bigger than yourself. Your actions alone can help change the lives of thousands of people. With your generous donations, we are setting out to fully fund two water wells in parts of the world that desperately need them.
Who We Are
Drink More Good is an independently owned start up in the beverage industry. Our mission is simple: Global Impact Through Local Success. The syrups we’ve created present a healthy alternative to main stream soda, but our philanthropic mission is what really drives us. We’ve set out to fund as many water wells as possible. And we’re doing it through our partnership with Generosity.org.
Generosity.org is a 501c3 humanitarian organization dedicated to ending the clean water crisis in developing countries, one community at a time. We’ve made it our mission to help them realize theirs. Find out more at Generosity.org
The 24 Hour #goodmaker Project is our initiative to show the world just how much impact we can have on the lives of those in need when we come together. On Thursday, December 4th, we invite you to join us as we raise $14,000 in just 24 hours to help fund two water wells and give thousands of people access to clean water.
What we do
Water is life. We’re committed to making sure everyone in the world has access to clean water. To do that, we’ve promised a portion of our annual profits and a minimum of $4,000 every year to our partner non profit generosity.org in an effort to fund as many water wells as possible.