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Natural disasters often affect water infrastructure leading to contaminated drinking water and outbreaks of water born disease. As a part of their Siemens Caring Hands programme Siemens collaborated with SkyJuice Foundation to create SkyHydrant a portable water filtration unit.
Southern Water, its employees and customers have supported WaterAid since 1981, promoting WaterAid through organising and taking part in fundraising events and making donations.
In July 2006, the International Telecommunication Union and United Arab Emirates' Thuraya Satellite cooperate to provide portable satellites for disaster relief to government authorities, rescue teams and humanitarian agencies for relief and rehabilitation efforts.
Auckland Zoo is making a permanent swap to Fairtrade bananas.
Since 1998, Starbucks has partnered with Conservation International (CI), a nonprofit organisation, to promote coffee production practices that conserve biodiversity, maintain healthy ecosystems and support economic and social development in coffee production landscapes.
In 2009/2010, Thames Water hosted various fundraising events for its principle charity WaterAid, raising a grand total of £2,541,688 in funds.
The City Government of Bendigo and Righteous Pups Australia partner to improve quality of life for the elderly and disabled
As part of a joint venture between Righteous Pups Australia and City of Greater Bendigo, a portion of every new dog registration will be donated to the local NGO.
Mercy Corps have been selected by Nau for its "Partner for Change" program, which means that whenever a customer makes a purchase, they donate 2 percent of the sale to Mercy Corps and other nonprofit Partners for Change.
In partnership with WaterAid, Co-operative Bank offers the public a WaterAid credit card. To date over 2000 WaterAid Credit Cards have been issued raising over£90,000 for water, sanitation and hygiene projects that have benefited many people in the world's poorest countries.
Paperchase and Woodmansterne have been supporting WaterAid through the sale of an exclusive range of Christmas cards. Their contributions have enabled the world's poorest people to gain access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education.