drinking water, outreach, PSA-a-thon Series, sustainability, united nations, water availability

Tap Project 2009 – PSA-a-thon Series

Folks, it’s that time again. Time for another Public Service Announcement for the PSA-a-thon Series. Our fourth PSA in the series couldn’t be more timely. This PSA recognizes the upcoming TAP Project by UNICEF during World Water Week from March 22 to March 29, 2009. This project aims to raise money during the week in a simple way – ask restaurants to sell tap water for 1$ instead of bottled water. All proceeds raised will help UNICEF provide clean drinking water to children throughout the world. Did you know that 1$ can supply one child with safe drinking water for 40 days? So, check out the PSA. If you like it, get involved. Be a volunteer in your city and ask restaurants to participate, coordinate a walk for water, or raise money at your workplace.

Be sure and check out the first three PSAs featured in the series on rainwater harvesting in India,  the LA Tap Project, and a water-conservation campaign in Denver.

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2 thoughts on “Tap Project 2009 – PSA-a-thon Series”

  1. This is great – thanks for taking the time to keep this going. I’ve bookmarked the Tap Project and will spread the word in Memphis. (Amazing what a cab ride in Knoxville can get started, isn’t it?)
    Jerry

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