Tap Water Watch’s Co-Fund Platform enables organizations to raise funding online to replace old, contaminated drinking fountains with new filtered water bottle filling stations.
By creating a co-fund campaign, organizations are able to raise funding online through staff, parents, community members and local businesses alongside our corporate sponsors.
Simply put, kids are happier and healthier when they are hydrated. However, 54% of students test below the minimum daily water intake. Studies consistently show that keeping kids hydrated results in better behavior and performance in organizations.
Tap Water Watch testing data (>11,000 organizations ) shows elevated levels of lead in 56% of organizations tested.
Younger students oftentimes put their mouths on drinking fountains, which transfers germs and results in missed days of organizations.
Missed Class Time
When a student needs to leave the classroom to get a drink from a fountain, he/she can be a disturbance to the class and miss valuable class time.
Older, traditional fountains do not allow students to easily refill bottles.
Almost two-thirds of children in the US consume at least one sugary drink on any given day – and roughly 30% consume two or more per day resulting in weight gain, type 2 diabetes, cavities and high cholesterol.
Approximately 60 million plastic water bottles are used every day in the US, with over 18 billion ending up in a landfill each year. Each bottle can take up to 700 years to decompose.
Purchasing bottles of water is expensive for both students and staff.
Big Springs Union Elementary School
Dr. Sammy Lee Medical Health/Science Magnet
Los Angeles, CA
East Side Community High School
New York, NY
Heights Elementary School
Fort Myers, FL
Indian Hills Elementary School - NLRSD
North little Rock, AR
JCS Pine Hills Innovation Centre Temecula
Lakewood Montessori Middle School
Marshall Pomeroy Elementary School
Osage County R-2 School District
Pleasant Ridge Union School District
Grass Valley, CA
Powell Butte Community Charter School
Powell Butte, OR
Samuel F. Dupont Elementary School
Santa Fe Springs Christian School
Santa Fe Springs, GA
Savannah Adventist Christian School
St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic School
Rogers City, MI
St. Mary Catholic School Pinckney
Tri-Central Middle/High School
Waterside Children’s Studio School
Rockaway Park, NY
Tap Water Watch brings peace of mind back to the Tap. We are the only nationwide team of water professionals that focuses on detecting lead in drinking water, enabling customers to visualize their data and remediate any issues. Water samples are analyzed in a state and/or NELAC certified water testing laboratory. Tap Water Watch works hand-in-hand with utilities, schools and homeowners to ensure safe, lead-free drinking water.