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World Water Day

Water by 2030

Join us as we work toward United Nation's Sustainable Development Goal #6: Water and Sanitation Access by 2030. Together, we have the power to create a world where clean water for all is possible.

2 billion people

lack safely managed drinking water.

3.6 billion people

lack safely managed sanitation.

2.3 billion people

lack basic hygiene.

It’s time for a change.

Get involved

Clean water is not a privilege — it's a right. Together, we can amplify water awareness as we work toward the United Nation's goal #6: Water and Sanitation Access by 2030.

March 10

Join the Challenge: Skip Showers to Save Lives

From now until March 22, join the LARQ Team for this upcoming Shower Strike and $50 will donate automatically towards life-saving water for communities in need.
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March 11

#Waterby2030 Shop

Check out our curated shop stocked with products from our partner brands that give back. Launching March 11.
March 15 - 20

Live Events & Special Offers

Join us all month long as we announce live events and special offers from our partners! Check back here for updates starting March 15th.
March 18 - 21

Ultimate World Water Day Giveaway!

Enter for a chance to win over $1,600 in prizes from LARQ and our partner brands. One lucky winner will be announced on World Water Day (March 22).

Partners

It's not easy to achieve global change. That's why we've partnered with these amazing brands to help get us closer to global access to clean water by 2030.
With a reliable source of clean water nearby, children can focus on school instead of walking long ways to collect water. And, with better clean water infrastructure in schools for toilets and handwashing, girls don’t have to drop out at puberty due to not having a place to wash.
Genusee is the first circular economy eyewear brand and manufacturer made in Flint, Michigan from recycled single-use plastic water bottles that were a result of the Flint Water Crisis. To date Genusee has donated more than $11,000 to address children’s health and education in Flint
Their plant-based beauty products are radically sustainable and transparent, obsessively safe, formulated with little or no water. It’s made in the USA with the very best ingredients sourced from around the world, and free from synthetic fragrances.
Our future depends on conserving our water, but conservation cannot be the sole course we take to create meaningful change. We are on a mission to change how people interact with water, by building innovative products that people love to use and that are better for the planet.
We believe in better care made in a better way. We design the personal care we need – The Necessary™ – that support our health and wellness. We are a proud member of 1% For The Planet supporting environmental non-profits fighting to defend our air, land, water and wildlife worldwide.
We are on a mission to curate wines that are: better for you: lower alcohol and sulfites, free from sugar and additives, better for farmers: every bottle supports a small family farm, and better for the earth: by sourcing organic wines grown with dry farming (no irrigation), we save over 1 billion gallons of water each year.
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#Waterby2030 gift shop

Browse our Gift Shop for goodies from our brand partners that give back.
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Genusee

Use code FLINTKIDS for $10 off & $10 will be donated to the Flint Kids Fund
(now through 3/31)
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Nebia

20% of proceeds go to charity:water
(3/15 - 3/16)
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Reed+Gwen

Use code SAVEWATER10 for 10% off and all purchases support 1%FTP
Why help?

According to the UN’s predictions, we need to double our efforts to achieve global access to clean water by 2030.

Raised
$55370
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LARQ x Well Aware

Learn more about our partnership with Well Aware and the power of clean water.
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Clean Water For Life: It Takes A Village

All life depends on water to survive — it’s a basic human need — so why do 1.1 billion people still lack access to safe drinking water?
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What's in my water?

More than 50% of people in the US have contaminated water (even in cities!). Not sure what's in your water? Stay safe and check the EWG's Tap Water Database.