Water Survival Box

In 2004, following the Tsunami in the Indian Ocean, The Chemlwood Bridge Rotary Club made a pledge to provide a means of purifying water for the benefit of families that survived natural or non-made disasters.

What's inside a Water Survival box?

Imagine you’ve lost everything. How will you and your family survive?

 

In 2004, following the Tsunami in the Indian Ocean, The Chemlwood Bridge Rotary Club made a pledge to provide a means of purifying water for the benefit of families that survived natural or non-made disasters. In 2006, World Water Works Ltd was established and it is here, the Water Survival Box was born.

 

What does a Water Survival Box contain? Well, it contains:

 

·      Box/Container and Water Pump

·      A Range of essential survival items such as cooking pots, bowls, plates, mugs and utensils;

·      Health and Hygiene items;

·      Basic Shelter;

·      Scissors

·      Solar Torch

·      Sewing kit and Threads

·      Candles

·      Bandages

·      Waterproof fabric dressing strip

·      Soap

·      Toothbrushes and toothpaste

·      Nailbrush

·      Waterproof Ponchos; and

·      Pencils and notepads.

 

All for £150!!!

 

And if that’s not enough, for £350, you can purchase a multipack. This contains 5 boxes just to purify the water, a water filter/pump and 10/15 litre collapsible plastic water carriers.

 

The important lesson that the pandemic has taught us, is to be there for one another in times of need so please support them by visiting www.watersurvivalbox.org and donating.

 

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