Thames Water

Since 1981, Thames Water has been supporting our mission to transform lives with clean water and safe toilets, and improve hygiene practices in some of the world's poorest communities.

Between 2011 and 2015, Thames Water raised an incredible £2.14 million to support our work in four small towns in Bangladesh, as part of the Thames4Bangladesh project .

The project was the first of its kind with the UK water industry, helping more than 50,000 people access clean water and providing 53,000 people access safe toilets.

Building on the success of Thames4Bangladesh, Thames Water has launched a new four-year project aiming to deliver lasting change in two towns in Malawi – Kasungu and Mponela.

Watch the project film:

Fun and fundraising for WaterAid

Thames Water employees, business partners and customers are encouraged to raise funds and awareness for WaterAid through events including the London Marathon, treasure hunts, race nights, quiz nights, clay pigeon shooting, pantomimes and the annual raft race, where teams battle it out on the River Thames.

For the second year running, Thames Water has entered three teams in Water Innovators – WaterAid's employee development challenge.

In 2015's Water Innovators challenge, Thames Water teams picked up the awards for 'Best Fundraising' and 'Best Learning and Development'.

About Thames Water

Thames Water is the UK's largest water and sewerage company, serving 15 million customers and employing 4,700 staff.

Every day, they supply 2,600 million litres of tap water to nine million customers across London and the Thames Valley, and serve 15 million customers with waste water services.

Among other major infrastructure projects, Thames Water currently operates one of Europe's largest waste water treatment works and the UK's first large-scale desalination plant.

For further details, please visit the Thames Water website >