Celebrate World Water Day Today and Help Nature’s Gate Provide Clean Water to Those Who Need it Most


Did you know that 1.4 million children are dying from water-related diseases every year? And a United Nations report, released today, found that polluted water kills more people than war does. Clean water is essential for life, but one in eight of the world’s population does not have access to it.


World Water Day will take place on March 22, 2010 to raise awareness of the global water crisis, one of the largest public health issues of our time.

Nature’s Gate is a proud partner of WaterAid America , an international non-profit which helps poor communities in Asia and Africa gain access to sustainable supplies of safe, clean water. To learn how you can help, visit www.wateraidamerica.org.

Not only does WaterAid America focus on getting clean water to those who need it, they also have hygiene education, which focuses on issues such as personal hygiene. Did you know the simple act of washing hands with soap and water can reduce diarrheal diseases by a third? Try Nature’s Gate Organics Liquid Soap ($6.99) to both clean and condition hands with Certified Organic Essences fresh from the field, locally grown in California on land dedicated to growing Nature’s Gate botanical essences.

All Nature’s Gate products are free of animal derived ingredients and never tested on animals.Nature’s Gate products are available at Whole Foods and other health and natural food stores across the U.S. and Canada or by visiting www.natures-gate.com.

To donate or find more information on Nature’s Gate’s involvement with WaterAid America , please visit http://www.natures-gate.com/earth/givingback.asp.

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