WTR4 Hurricane Ian Relief - DONATION of 12 cans

WTR4 Hurricane Ian Relief - DONATION of 12 cans

Regular price $6.00
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UPDATE: CANS HAVE SHIPPED! With your help we donated a total of 21,696 cans to help those in need in SW Florida. If you are looking for a way to donate here is a link to our friends at Captains for Clean Water who are distributing these cans.
https://captainsforcleanwater.org/emergency-disaster-relief-fund/ Earlier this week, Hurricane Ian caused devastating damage to thousands of homes, businesses, and communities throughout Southwest Florida. For the select few that have been able to return home, many have discovered a scene that is completely unrecognizable from what they had left behind.

On Monday morning, we will pause our normal production schedule and shift our focus to something vastly more important; packaging safe, purified water for communities that need it most. The first 12,000 cans are on us, but we need your help to  #fillthetruck to reach our goal of 21,000 cans. If we exceed our goal, we're not stopping the lines anytime soon. 

As a small business, we are limited in what we are able to contribute financially. We have made a commitment to keep our lines running for as long as we can, but we need your help to cover the costs above and beyond what we are able to sponsor. Lets #fillthetruck with your generous contribution of a case or even a full pallet.

We'd like to thank Captains for Clean Water for organizing the dropoff locations and distribution of water in these communities, as well as Amherst Label and Cowan Freight for their contributions to this project. As always, our Cause Can series is intended to benefit 100% of the cause, and every dollar generated in this campaign will put water in the hands of the communities that need our help.

For just $6.00, you can purchase cases of water to those who desperately need it not only today, but during the long road to recovery.

NOTE: You will not receive this product. It will be shipped to Florida to those in need and distributed by the organization Captains for Clean Water.