Wait2Hydrate Challenge

Women and children in the toughest places walk an average of 1-2 hours a day — and often much more — to collect water for their families.

By the time they make it to a water source, they have waited several hours from the time they awoke to take their first sip. And the water they collect may not even be clean.

This year on World Water Day, we invite you to take the first-ever Wait2Hydrate challenge as a way to consider the suffering so many face and how you can help.

Here is how Wait2Hydrate works:

  • On World Water Day, March 22, wait two hours before hydrating — this includes water, coffee, or any other beverage.
  • While you Wait2Hydrate consider how families experience what you are every single day.
  • Let us know you are joining by signing up below.

When you sign up, you will also be entered to win special Wait2Hydrate items and have more opportunities to learn about the difference you can make on World Water Day.

I Accept the Challenge!