One of the foundational tenets Water Child® is built on is philanthropy. For centuries the status quo for business was to do everything it must to grow, defeat its competition, no matter what it leaves in its wake. We at Water Child reject these scorched earth tactics. We believe every business has a duty and moral obligation to give back and lift up wherever possible. Our mission is to build bridges not burn them; this starts with our charitable partners. The organizations below are truly changing the world and we are humbled to support them and their causes.

At Water Child, we organize our philanthropy in four main categories, accessibility, advocacy, conservation, and education.

  • Accessibility is the act of providing financial resources and infrastructure for safe water sanitation and consumption across the globe. Easy and sustainable access to potable water is a human right.

  • Advocacy is the process of growing a global network of activists committed to protecting the environment and everyone’s right to clean water. Advocates spearhead campaigns to lobby for and enforce clean water regulation while fighting against the ever-growing threats to clean and safe water.

  • Conservation is the act of protecting Earth’s natural resources for current and future generations. Conservation efforts aim to empower people to protect and improve the natural and human environment.

  • Education is an ongoing effort to provide insightful information to better our understanding of the environment, policy, industry, human behavior, and their various impacts on the planet.


Accessibility empowers people around the world with access to safe water and sanitation. They do this by partnering with in-country financial institutions to help people in need access small, affordable loans that enable them to install household water connections and toilets. Their solutions are reaching more than one million people every few months. To date has helped change the lives of more than 33 million people with access to safe water and sanitation in 17 countries around the world, giving families hope, health, and the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty.



Waterkeeper’s Alliance

Waterkeeper Alliance holds polluters accountable. They are the largest and fastest growing nonprofit solely focused on clean water. They preserve and protect water by connecting local Waterkeeper Organizations and Affiliates worldwide. Their goal is drinkable, fishable, swimmable water everywhere. Every day around the world, polluters are poisoning our waterways, and people everywhere are suffering the consequences. Waterkeeper’s Alliance builds grassroots support to keep governments and industries accountable. 



The Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT) is a nonprofit organization of professionals who benefit society through protecting and enhancing the environment. They do this by educating the public on water environmental issues. WEAT promotes sound legislative and regulatory policy in matters relating to the water environment. They advance the knowledge and technology in the design, construction, operation, and management of water quality control systems and facilities.




Oceana is the largest international conservation organization focused solely on the ocean. They run science-based campaigns and seek to win policy battles that can restore ocean biodiversity and ensure that the oceans are abundant and can feed hundreds of millions of people. Oceana victories have already helped to create policies to increase fish populations in its countries by as much as 40 percent and that have protected more than 1 million square miles of ocean.


The Conservation Fund

The Conservation Fund makes conservation work for America. By creating solutions that make environmental and economic sense, we are redefining conservation to demonstrate its essential role in our future prosperity. Top-ranked for efficiency and effectiveness, The Conservation Fund has worked in all 50 states to protect more than 8 million acres of land since its founding in 1985. They practice conservation to achieve environmental and economic outcomes. Their team creates and implements innovative, practical ways to benefit the natural world and the well-being of Americans from every walk of life.


World Resources Institute

The World Resources Institute (WRI) is a global research organization that works with governments, businesses, multilateral institutions, and civil society groups to develop practical solutions that improve people’s lives and protect nature. They organize their work around seven global challenges: Food, Forests, Water, Energy, Climate, the Ocean, and Cities. They analyze these issues through the lenses of their four Centers of Excellence: Business, Economics, Finance, and Equity.


Sierra Club Foundation

The Sierra Club Foundation promotes efforts to educate and empower people to protect and improve the natural and human environment. They aim to solve the climate crisis primarily through a successful transition to a resource-efficient, clean energy economy that better serves people and nature. The Sierra Club Foundation also focuses on securing protections for public lands and waters, promote healthy ecosystems and communities, and fight for clean air and water. They expand opportunities for more people to explore, enjoy, and protect the planet by supporting programs and policies that reach across economic, cultural and community lines.