Waiakea Water, a provider of unique Hawaiian volcanic water, isn’t just passionate about delivering high-quality water to the masses around the world. The company is also committed to making a difference in the lives of people who need help the most. For this reason, the bottled water provider recently made donations to the Hawaii Community Foundation to meet the needs of a food bank.
Waiakea Water donated $1,000, a pallet of water, and 500 masks—a valuable resource during the current global COVID-19 pandemic—to the community foundation for the food bank.
The Hawaii Community Foundation is focused on helping people to create change in the world around them by inspiring a sense of giving. The foundation also helps people to invest in solutions as well as people to benefit all island communities. The leaders of the foundation are passionate about using both their hearts and their heads to add value to Hawaii in ways that are both measurable and meaningful. The foundation draws on its supporters’ collective wisdom to make informed decisions to enhance Hawaiian communities.
Waiakea Water shares the philanthropic spirit that the Hawaii Community Foundation has become known for. The company aims to provide Hawaiian volcanic water that is naturally healthy and delicious, as it originates through rain and snowmelt on the pure environment of the Mauna Loa volcano. However, the conservation-focused company also promises to provide this water with minimal impact, hence its slogan of “Drink Healthy, Drink Sustainably, Drink Ethically.” In addition to its philanthropy in Hawaii, the company also contributes to and promotes access to education and clean water for needy individuals across the globe.
At a time when the global pandemic has impacted so many people around the world, the aim of both Waiakea Water and the Hawaii Community Foundation is to simply make the world a better place for as many individuals as possible in the short and long terms.