Water Survival Box is the initiative of the Rotary Club of Chelwood Bridge, England.
The project’s main purpose is to provide a way to purify water for those that have been struck by a natural or man-made disaster.
However, with their partnerships with other charities and clubs, they also provide other necessary aid such as urgently needed items.
Water Survival Box recently responded to the urgent aid needed by delivering a variety of items over the weeks.
The two pallets sent contained 900 tubes of toothpaste and 900 toothbrushes.”
With hygiene products being hard to get hold of Water Survival Box together with landlord Parker Transport organised delivery to Poland.
The two pallets sent contained 900 tubes of toothpaste and 900 toothbrushes.
The second despatch, organised by the Rotary Club of Bridgewater, Southwest England went to Rotary in Lviv, Ukraine.
It included further toothpaste and toothbrushes as well as 670 solar lamps to allow families to have a light source during blackouts due to bombing.
The second despatch, organised by the Rotary Club of Bridgewater, Southwest England went to Rotary in Lviv, Ukraine.”
Water Survival Box Switzerland also helped and granted funds for 150 multipack Grifaid filters to contacts in Slovakia for them to be passed on to Rotary in Lviv days later.
However, the water filters supplied were still not enough, so further filters were sourced from Aquabox, which is also a Rotary charity.
Aside from all this activity supporting Ukraine we have sent 400 full Water Survival Boxes to South Africa following extensive flooding in Kwa Zulu Natal with the loss of 40,000 homes.
Find out more about the Water Survival Box.