ZeroWater Sees Rise In Filters For Flint Program Donations

Since the announcement of its “Filters for Flint” program, ZeroWater has surpassed over $50,000 in donations of both water filtration pitchers and filters to the residents of Flint, Michigan, the company said.

The company said the first shipment of ZeroWater’s NSF certified lead reduction pitchers and filters has been delivered and the second shipment is on its way.

“We are extremely proud our ‘Filters for Flint’ program has been such a success. Getting clean water to Flint residents is why this program was created, and thanks to our loyal supporters we are doing just that,” said Doug Kellam, CEO of ZeroWater. “We are committed to being a part of the immediate solution as long as Flint needs us.”

ZeroWater’s “Filters for Flint” is a one for one matching program in conjunction with United Way. ZeroWater is matching all product contributions ordered on behalf of Flint and is encouraging donations from individuals, organizations and corporations.