[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
Big Idea 2015: Africa Is the Land of Business Opportunity!
We’ve recently seen a shift in our perception of the African continent and the potential of individual countries to become leading economic powerhouses. Africa is Great!
The importance of community involvement in development is becoming more and more apparent as new innovations are being created to solve some of the biggest problems.
It’s so cool to see this being applied to the issue of water and education in Kenya!
When it rains, most buildings shed the water away. But for the last 10 years, two designers have been...
#WaterHeroWednesday is something new we’re trying here at GiveMeTap.
Every Wednesday we’ll bring you three new Water Heroes that are part of the GiveMeTap family (622 and counting!).
In case you’ve forgotten (we forgive you) we call them Water Heroes because they’re the ones who provide our bottle holders with free water on the go!
We’re kicking things off over at boxparkshoreditchwhere we’ve been...
Join the #buysocial revolution - celebrate and buy from social enterprises this Social Enterprise Day! #socentday http://thndr.it/1x68rKb
We always love sharing with you our thoughts and the decisions we make along this journey as a for-purpose business. We know you don’t want to know our entire life history (we’ll save that for the book!), but when it comes to making decisions that effect our GiveMeTap community, it’s important for us to let you know exactly what’s been going on.
On Thursday, we decided to say ‘goodbye’ to our...
After our first water project in Malawi, we were fortunate to meet Theresa Sato who explained to us the improvements in the community since the installation of the Elephant pump in her village.
Education was such a major problem for the children in the village, as they would frequently contract diseases and be unable to attend school.Now things are different. Children are drinking and bathing in...