Meet our water industry partners
A WaterAid partner since the beginning, Affinity Water are the proud organiser of WaterAid’s most established event, the Ricky Road Run, going strong since 1984.
Anglian Water raised more than £800,000 last year. Working with their Anglian Alliance partners, they are exploring ways to deliver clean water, toilets and hygiene in Nepal.
Bournemouth Water have supported WaterAid since 1994, including distributing WaterAid leaflets with customer water bills every year.
As well as sending WaterAid leaflets with customer bills, every year, Bristol Water employees also raise money for WaterAid’s work.
Employees have raised over £1 million to support WaterAid’s work and organise regular school and community education and outreach activities.
Northern Ireland Water have been supporting WaterAid's mission since 1984, raising more than £180,000 every year.
In 2015, Northumbrian Water and Essex & Suffolk Water launched a five-year project to raise £1 million for clean water and decent toilets in Madagascar.
With WaterAid since 1981, Portsmouth Water are proud of their long-term commitment to help achieve clean water, toilets and hygiene for everyone, everywhere.
Employees from across Scottish Water raise more than £200,000 for WaterAid every year, helping thousands of people with clean water, toilets and hygiene.
A partner since 1981, SES Water staff and customers are committed to supporting clean water and decent toilets in some of the world’s poorest communities.
Every year, Severn Trent Water raise £100,000 for WaterAid to provide life-saving clean water, toilets and hygiene in Ethiopia.
South East Water have supported WaterAid since 1981 with a range of staff and customer fundraising and awareness-raising activities.
South Staffs Water, which incorporates Cambridge Water, have been an active supporter of WaterAid since the beginning.
Every year, South West Water and their H50 partner alliance organise a range of fundraising and awareness-raising activities in support of WaterAid.
Southern Water’s long-term commitment to WaterAid has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to provide clean water, toilets and hygiene around the world.
Thames Water’s latest four-year project, Thames Loves Malawi, aims to deliver lasting change in two towns in Malawi – Kasungu and Mponela.
Through their Wessex for Africa initiative, Wessex Water employees and partners are providing clean water, toilets and hygiene in Madagascar.
As part of their five-year Big Wish initiative, Yorkshire Water aim to raise £1 million to bring clean water, toilets and hygiene to 130,000 people in Ethiopia.