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The corporate partners supporting WaterAid to bring safe water and sanitation to the world's poorest communities.
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 UK has supported WaterAid for four years to date through their annual Earth Month campaign.
WaterAid formed an exclusive partnership with bottled water company Belu in June 2011. A social enterprise, Belu has pledged to give WaterAid 100% of its profits with a minimum of £100,000 per year.
Diageo has selected WaterAid to be their charity partner for the Water of Life Half Marathon and 10K run since 2011. The event, marking World Water Day each year, has raised funds in support of three WaterAid programmes, providing clean water and sanitation to people in Luanda Angola, Maputo, Mozambique and the Hadiya Zone, Ethiopia.
H&M have supported WaterAid since 2002, raising over £2.6 million and enabling more than 176,000 of the world's poorest people to gain access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene.
HSBC has partnered with WaterAid, WWF and Earthwatch to establish a five-year $100 million Water Programme that will deliver a powerful combination of water provision, protection and education, resulting in the most ground-breaking water programme committed to by a financial organisation.
J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services solutions with clients in more than 100 countries. GeneroCITY is J.P. Morgan's charitable campaign providing exciting and varied opportunities for UK based employees to get involved and support the work of WaterAid, the GeneroCITY partner since 2011.
Rotork Plc, manufacturer of valves and actuators, has supported WaterAid since 2010 through employee fundraising and a corporate donation. We're delighted that Rotork is continuing to support us for a third year with funds towards a project in Ethiopia.
WaterAid is closely involved with Unilever's Project Laser Beam initiative, which aims to bring safe drinking water to 500 million people by 2020, as stated in the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan.
Heart4Kids is an employee fundraising initiative of Unilever employees in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (D-A-CH).