Since 2015, S’well has commit- ted more than $1.6 million to help UNICEF build infrastruc- ture, educate families and help provide clean, safe water to the world’s most vulnerable communities. Our most recent efforts have supported UNICEF in providing 750,000 people in Madagascar with access to clean water, 3 million with prop- er sanitation and 470,000 chil- dren with educational resources
S’well has partnered with influ- ential non-profit, Lonely Whale, on their “How Do You Hydrate Campaign” to raise awareness about the effect of single-use plastic bottles and reusable al- ternatives. S’well also supports their youth advocacy initiatives focused on creating leaders to take action against ocean plas- tic pollution.
In 2018, S'well joined Sustain- able Brands, a global network of leading retail companies focused on affecting environmental and social change, to find new ways to further our positive impact and that of the industry
S’well is a Certified B Corporation, which has
reinforced our commitment to responsible business by meet- ing the highest levels of verified social and environmental performance,transparency and accountability. We have joined 3,000 companies in over 70 countries and 150 industries that are committed to business as a force for good.
As part of S’well’s Million Bottle Project, we partnered with the NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, reaching 1.1 million students through a year long activation that included bottle distri- bution, an art contest and educational touchpoints to help displace 54 million singles-use plastic bottles.
S’well quickly mobilized as Covid-19 took hold to keep healthcare heroes hydrated while they put their lives at risk to keep us safe. S’well distributed $1 million in bottles to 28,500 health- care heroes at 50 institutions in the US and UK. We helped displace more than 4.8 million single-use plastic bottles along the way and shared the stories of these heroes with the S’well community.
Communities continue to be in need due to the pandemic. We schools reopening and water fountains closed, schools needed support. S’well launched Hydrate EDU with the distribution of 10,000 bottles to help keep students across North America hydrate safely and sustainably in the classroom.
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