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5 Scary (but real!) Facts about Clean Water

by Paula Jackler

It’s the spookiest time of the year, but do you know what’s scarier than crooked-nose witches and hairy spiders? The number of people that still don’t have access to clean water (hint hint: it’s 663 million!). Here’s a list of spooky (but very real) facts about clean water that will scare the living daylights out of you!
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embracing the power of silence

Founder’s Thoughts: Embracing the Power of Silence

by Edwin Broni-Mensah

There is only one power in the universe. It doesn’t matter what you call it. You can call it God, you can call it Soul, the Universe, Kwame, Louise, Jason, whatever. It’s not what you call something that gives it meaning.This one force that flows through everything is indivisible. It’s ONE.

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empowering women through clean water

Do You Want to Empower African Women? Give Them Access to Clean Water.

by Paula Jackler

If you live in a Western country, you’re familiar with how the feminist movement is changing society. Women want more leadership roles and better compensation.  But women empowerment starts at a much more basic level in the poorest regions of Africa. It starts with having access to basic human rights such as food and water.
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how business owners can keep on going in times of confusion

Founder's Thoughts: How I Keep Moving Forward During Times of Confusion

by Edwin Broni-Mensah

I am about to break-through!! As a CEO, founder, leader, etc., it’s often expected of you to know everything with absolute certainty all the time — or to at least give an air that you’ve got it all figured out. But that’s just a romanticized viewpoint. Over the last couple of months, I’ve been in a state of confusion, unsure of what it is exactly that I need to do next. 
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Owusuism: Ghanaian Art on a Bottle

by Edwin Broni-Mensah

As part of our 5th year celebration, GiveMeTap has launched a brand new initiative to work with a talented artist and use their artwork to bring GiveMeTap bottles to life. We’ve partnered with the brilliant Sarah Owusu to create the first ever African inspired water bottle collection, Owusuism.

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GiveMeTap goes to the White House

We're Going to the White House!!

by Edwin Broni-Mensah

Just after speaking with our NGO partner in Ghana about (frustrating) international policies on water and sanitation, and then declaring that I going work to affect things at the policy level, I get an invitation from The White House!!! Going to discuss Africa-America relations, immigration policies and more. Thank you very much God!
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Don’t a Buy a Bottle Today

Don’t a Buy a Bottle Today

by Edwin Broni-Mensah

Today, if you don’t absolutely NEED (and we mean NEED) a bottle or anything else for that matter, then there is no need to BUY it now. The team and I are going to be having fun and I’d love for you to go spend time with people you love the most. There will always be time for shopping.

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[MILESTONE] 50,000+ Bottles Sold!

[MILESTONE] 50,000+ Bottles Sold!

by Edwin Broni-Mensah

[MILESTONE] 50,000+ Bottles Sold! It’s amazing to know that so many people are with us on this mission to make water available for everyone!

Thank you for the bottom of our hearts for all the love, support, and ideas.

Let’s continue to change the world one bottle at a time ->www.givemetap.com

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