March 1, 2012
-- Filters Fast LLC the largest online retailer for water and air filters, announces their W3 partnership with Wine To Water. W3 (Work and Walk for Water) is teaming up with Wine To Water to help eradicate the global water crisis that is resulting in millions of deaths related to drinking contaminated water every year.
W3 (Work and Walk for Water) is a charitable project through Filters Fast LLC, designed to raise awareness to combat the challenge of access to clean drinking water. The W3 Project is committed to engaging and educating the community in a humanitarian effort to help eradicate the tragic outcome resulting from contaminated water. The mission of the W3 Project is to raise money for Wine To Water aiming to end the global water crisis. For every mile donated to W3, we will raise $1 for water charities. 100% of those donations will be given to Wine To Water.
Wine To Water is a 501(c)(3) non-profit aid organization, founded by Doc Hendley. The organization focuses on providing clean water to needy people around the world. Nearly 1 billion people in the world today lack access to adequate water and 2.5 billion people lack access to improved sanitation. Wine To Water is devoted to fighting this epidemic. Wine symbolizes fortune in our society. Our goal is to give the fortunate population an opportunity to fight for those who can’t fight for themselves.
W3 and Wine To Water are collectively devoted to reducing the number of water related deaths each day. An estimated 3.575 million people die each year from water related illnesses and every 20 seconds a child dies from water related illnesses.
Since 2004, Filters Fast remains committed as an authoritative resource to let consumers know about the importance of changing their air filters and water filters. By simplifying a sometimes mundane, but very necessary task, Filters Fast LLC strives to add to their customer’s overall quality of life by offering first-rate products at the best competitive prices.
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