10 Minutes Without Your Phone = 1 Day of Clean Water [via UNICEF]

I came across this campaign this morning and it’s something we can all do to give back.

The UNICEF Tap Project:

For every 10 minutes you don’t touch your phone within our experience, sponsors and donors can fund one day of clean water for a child in need.

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Think about how much water you consume a day: shower, water fountain, coffee, water bottle, washing hands, etc.

The UNICEF Tap Project is a nationwide campaign that provides clean water and adequate sanitation to children around the world. You can go 10, 20, 30, 40 minutes without your phone to provide someone in need with clean water.

Take the challenge:

1. Visit uniceftapproject.org on your cellphone

2. Set your phone down

3. Step away from your device

4. Provide clean water

 

It’s that simple! Please share this campaign and give back today.

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2 thoughts on “10 Minutes Without Your Phone = 1 Day of Clean Water [via UNICEF]

  1. Reblogged this on PR Envy and commented:
    I absolutely love this post. I think this is a great campaign for a great cause. Living in such a technology obsessed world, I have really wanted to learn how to take time away from my phone. Being a typical girl, I am constantly checking my phone for new social media updates, text messages and email. I want to be able to “live in the moment” and I find I don’t do that very well when I am constantly checking my phone. This campaign can help me do so while also helping a great cause! This is definitely a win-win situation. Please continue to share with friends to spread this campaign!

  2. Reblogged this on PR Envy and commented:I absolutely love this post. I think this is a great campaign for a great cause. Living in such a technology obsessed world, I have really wanted to learn how to take time away from my phone. Being a typical girl, I am constantly checking my phone for new social media updates, text messages and email. I want to be able to “live in the moment” and I find I don’t do that very well when I am constantly checking my phone. This campaign can help me do so while also helping a great cause! This is definitely a win-win situation. Please continue to share with friends to spread this campaign!

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