Free Water Company Begins Changing Africa’s Water Problems.

There is a start-up company, free water company, that is able to make money simply by using its ad space on every carton or bottle of water they sell to generate enough money to make the water free for everyone.

With the rise of plastic entering landfill and plastic entering our oceans/waterways, it’s estimated by scientists that by 2050 we will have more plastic in our ocean than fish. That is a very scary assumption to me. With this company, we can begin to make waves, a cool pun btw, by helping our planet with free water. & Their Goal

FreeWater Is The World’s First Free Beverage Company!

The initial goal for is to make food & water free for everyone. No more waiting around for changes, let’s make those changes. Water has always been an issue in places like Africa and now it’s looking a little bit better.

The companies that advertise the cartons, salt free water bottles, bpa free water bottles pay $1 to From that $1 there is 10 cents that is donated to the charity Water Wells For Africa. This will help the problem they are facing with having natural clean water.

For every 200 bpa free water bottles given away for free is able to provide 1 person with clean water.

Here is a little more information about WWFA.

Water Wells for Africa – Today is the Day

Why Go With

Save MoneyBottled water costs 2,000 times the price of tap water
Eco-friendlyOur goal is to be net positive by 2030
Premium WaterFreeWater is natural spring water and all of our containers are BPA free
Save LivesTen cents from each beverage is donated to charity to build water wells for people in need
This table helps break down why people drink

FreeWater is a cutting-edge advertising platform that emphasizes sustainability and philanthropy while using quality spring water as a novel advertising medium. Each beverage generates a ten-cent donation to charity, which is used to construct water wells for those in need. For the world water crisis to be permanently resolved, we only need 10% of Americans to select FreeWater.

WellAware Partnership

We give WellAware, an organization with headquarters in Austin that constructs water wells in East Africa, ten cents for every beverage sold. Each time 200 people donate to FreeWaters, enough money is given to give one person access to clean water for the rest of their life.

To promote development and give communities in East Africa more power, we finance and put in place long-lasting clean water systems. In contrast to the industry average of 40%, we have so far maintained a 100% success record throughout all 114+ water projects.

Giving our partner communities consistent access to clean water has a ripple effect that helps them develop and prosper.

By working together, we can make sure that every person has access to their fundamental right to clean water.

For the Well Beyond App, the first and only patent-pending diagnostics and maintenance app created to assure the long-term viability of water projects, Well Aware was named a finalist in the Developing World Technology category and received an honorable mention in the Water category.

Why Doesn’t Use Plastic.

Only 9% of the million plastic bottles produced worldwide every minute get recycled. A half trillion bottles will be dumped in landfills, rivers, lakes, and the ocean each year. The situation has gotten so terrible that by 2050, fish will be outnumbered by plastic in our oceans, according to scientists.

Free Water Podcast – podcast

The World’s 1st Free Beverage | Free Water – Why We Strive Podcast #16

Our startup has introduced the first free beverage business in history. We use the packaging as advertising space so that our natural spring water in aluminum bottles and paper cartons is free. Once you have the free item in your possession, you are welcome to scan any QR codes to engage with Augmented Reality, shop, collect coupons, place food orders, or download anything you choose, including music, movies, TV shows, video games, books, podcasts, software, and more.

With our platform, you may do anything, but the most important thing is that we give ten cents from every beverage to charity to help dig water wells for those in need. When you do the arithmetic, you will see that we only need 10% of Americans to drink our free water and save money in order to put an end to the situation.

To date, we have given away 75,000 drinks and contributed money to two water projects in Kenya: a rainwater collection system for a primary school in Tututha and a water well in Atot. Due to the fact that we have gathered more than 500,000 followers across all of our social media platforms, our concept has spread swiftly throughout the world.

People from all around the world are contacting us to see how they may donate, invest, promote, and share our free product. Currently, our staff is tiny, but it is expanding swiftly. In order to complete the development of our platform and our free vending machine prototypes, we are hiring more software developers and sales representatives.

We just started a crowdfunding campaign at, and we’d be so grateful if everyone listening could contribute a little bit of money and spread the word about it to their friends and family!

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