WHEN YOU HYDRATE, YOU HELP
For every 12 ounces of MAD TASTY sold, MAD TASTY donates 12 ounces of clean drinking water to people and places in need. 785 million people in the world don't have access to clean water and Drop4Drop believes everyone, everywhere has the right to clean water. Since 2006, over 1.4 million people have benefited from Drop4Drop clean water projects.
MAD TASTY wants to help Drop4Drop achieve its mission to alleviate the world water crisis. Find out more at www.drop4drop.org
COMING IN 2020
ALAPAKKAM SC VILLAGE
TAMIL NADU, INDIA | 1625
The Alapakkam SC Village is made up of 467 houses and a population of 1,625 people. Currently, community members are using a dirty pond/puddle as their water source as their current water tap only supplies water through this tap once every two days, which is far from sufficient for a community of this size. With the provision of this new water source, community members will not only be supplied with materials to cook, drink and clean properly, but will also be provided with the materials to practice proper hand-washing and sanitation procedures, to fight the spread of COVID-19.
TAMIL NADU, INDIA | Population: 2150
"When we heard that a tank was to be installed in our village, we were overjoyed. For many years we relied on the local tap, which never was enough for every family in the village. It was not sufficient for use for all of our needs. So we instead walk longer distances to collect water, which is not good for our businesses and our children's schooling. We thank you for the support for the MAD TASTY water program. We shall find good health and our children will find good health. We can focus on our businesses and our children do not need to walk to avail water before their studies."
-Mr Dhanasekar, Village Head
MADHANAMJERI SC VILLAGE
TAMIL NADU, INDIA | POPULATION 1096
“We want to convey our gratitude for the water facility which is established in our village. The new water source is of great support to our family and basic livelihood. Our old water source was available for only one hour in our village and it was not sufficient and we were suffering a lot. We used to walk long distances, carrying water on our heads and then had to attend to the cooking and washing of clothes. The children were not able to take a bath before they went to school and we were very worried and now we are very happy and are able to get the required water. We thank you very much. ”
–Mrs. A Rasathi, Community Member