Join women inspired to get clean water access to One million by World Water Day March 22
The Sawyer filters are certified for ABSOLUTE microns making it impossible for harmful bacteria, protozoa, or cysts like E. coli, Giardia, Vibrio cholerae and Salmonella typhi (which causes Cholera and Typhoid) to pass through. No pumping, no chemicals, no waiting, no worries! Incredible fast-flow rate, simple to use. and each filter can be backwashed to extend its life.
Each filter provides clean water for up to 100 people. Just $50 provides the distribution of one .1 Micron Absolute Filter, Bucket Adapter, Bucket Hole Cutter, Filter Cleaner, Adapter Hose and Filter Hanger.
Our partner Waves For Water identifies areas of the highest and most immediate needs and are currently active in 38 countries worldwide. They send in a distribution team to provide usage and sustainability training to ensure communities adopt a sharing mentality around water, and are ready to take ownership of their own success! A filter is just the beginning. With proper usage, the filter becomes a clean water ally for years to come.
Our custom journeys offer a unique experience to magical places, and provides an opportunity to discover a deeper understanding of who you are in the world. Each conscious travel experience is designed to capture and enhance your total involvement of what it means to be a Waterbearer.
The Waterbearers is a movement started by two women, Spryte Loriano and Jane Brinton, who both share a passion for seeing everyone on the planet having access to clean water. It was birthed one evening during a conversation, when they both said “The Waterbearers” simultaneously, as if they had instantly been made stewards of women and water. Coincidently, the very next night, Spryte was nearing the end of a good read The Serpent of Light: The Rise of the Feminine: 2012 and Beyond and discovered that the Waitaha people of New Zealand, a Matriarchal culture dating back over 4000 years, were known as the original “Water Bearers.” The phrase jumped out at her as an omen, and there began a journey that would weave together the old, the new, and the magic of intentional service into this movement – #For the love of water!
Spryte Loriano has been engaged in clean water programs around the world since 2008. She helped raise funds for 22 Rain Catcher units serving 5500 people in Kenya. She also helped provide thousands of water-filtration systems providing clean water for more than 30,000 people in 5 countries (Japan, Guatemala, Kenya, Liberia and Ecuador), and has personally provided sustainability training for hundreds of individuals in each of these countries.