Water-to-Go marks Endangered Species Day

We are marking Endangered Species Day alongside our partners African Wildlife Foundation

Friday 17th May 2019 marks Endangered Species Day. This is a day in which people of all ages can learn about the importance of protecting the world’s endangered species and what everyday actions we can take to protect them. Check out the video below to find out more about our partnership with AWF and how you can get help to ensure the sustainable future of Africa’s endangered animals.

Water-to-Go and the African Wildlife Foundation

Water-to-Go are working with the African Wildlife Foundation in order to raise money and awareness of the work that they do and to ensure wildlife and wild lands thrive in modern Africa. As part of our partnership, we are producing a limited edition AWF branded bottle available from our website. To find out more about our partnership with AWF click here.

£10 from every bottle sold will be donated by Water-to-Go to the African Wildlife Foundation to help support their vital work in the conservation of Africa’s endangered wildlife. To get yourself a bottle and support AWF’s incredible work, click here.

African Wildlife Foundation’s Endangered Species Conservation

Africa is home to keystone wildlife species that are facing extinction, including Mountain Gorillas, Rhinos, and Leopards. To protect populations from further decline, AWF has on-the-ground safeguards training rangers and using sniffer dogs to prevent wildlife trafficking and poaching. AWF believes wildlife must survive in their natural habitats and so they empower local communities through conservation-friendly development as well as working with international agencies to protect Africa’s wildlife and wildlands.

AWF believe people are critical to protecting these vital ecosystems. Sharing land across the continent, local communities and wildlife often live alongside each other often leads to struggles for both space and water. If people and wildlife learn to live together, inside and outside of protected areas, the future for all in African will thrive. 

Chaz Powell and African Wildlife Foundation

Water-to-Go ambassador, Chaz Powell, recently completed his world-first journey to walk the length of the Gambia river. The 47 day, 1120km and 1.5 million step journey that Chaz Powell undertook meant he became one of the first people in known history to walk the length of the Gambia river from its source in the Fouta Djallon, Guinea to the Atlantic Ocean on Africa’s Western coast.

Find out more about Chaz’s story here