Aveda is a global hair and skin care company, founded in 1978, with the goal of providing beauty industry professionals and consumers with high performance, botanically based products with minimal impact on the environment. Aveda has supported WaterAid for four years to date through their annual Earth Month campaign.


Queensland based outdoor shower company Rainware, is a market leader in designing and manufacturing high quality products for Australian homes and resorts. Rainware’s range suits any outdoor living space, including the commercial range for public areas, beaches and sports clubs. Rainware’s water-saving showers help consumers to enjoy water responsibly, and with water close to Rainware’s heart, Rainware is proud to partner with WaterAid to help others access safe water, sanitation and hygiene, improving their quality of life.

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RARE Infrastructure is an investment management company focused exclusively on global listed infrastructure. RARE supports WaterAid by funding projects that deliver safe water, sanitation and hygiene education to villages in Timor-Leste. RARE is proud to be involved in such meaningful and engaging infrastructure projects.

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The Footprints Network

The Footprints Network has partnered with WaterAid for 10 years by funding projects through thousands of micro-donations collected from online merchants. To help achieve WaterAid’s goal of a future with clean and safe water for all, Footprints has supported a range of projects from hygiene education programs in Nepal, to school toilets in Papua New Guinea, and safe water and sanitation projects in Timor-Leste.

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Trility provides water utility solutions by working with local communities to design, build, operate and maintain critical water, water reuse and wastewater infrastructure. Trility has long-term projects throughout Australia which include 16 water treatment plants, six wastewater treatment and reuse plants/schemes and two desalination schemes.

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Who gives a crap

Who gives a crap has created a range of toilet paper products where 50% of their profits from sale is donated to WaterAid. They delivered their first product in March 2013 after raising $50,000 to initiate the project through a crowdfunding campaign.