Video created by myself for People Water – check it out here!
24th August 2012
Emily in Ghana:
Go check the latest blog post from Cody on Ghana HERE.
Bronson (aka Brono) learning the moves!
22nd August 2012
14th August 2012
Jef at Elmina Castle, Ghana:
One of the new wells in action – LIFE CHANGING! Visit the PW blog to read their latest post about our Drop for Drop commitment and what it means to be a sustainable company.
13th August 2012
Posted by Jef:
7th August 2012
6th August 2012
4th August 2012
Another inspired post and pic from Cody Barker…
3rd August 2012
The team is now on their way back (they were in Amsterdam this morning Europe time) so there are less pics but I did find 2, including an Insta post by Cody that is so inspiring:
2nd August 2012
These pics thanks to People Water photograph Jess:
Latest from Kris:
More pics from Ghana!
1st August 2012
Jedidiah and Cody:
Emily brought dolls and toys for the kids! So thoughtful:
First pic from Emily, with herself and fiance Jef:
2 AMAZING pics from Brono (@Brono on Instagram):
31st JULY 2012
The team (peeps from both Generosity Water and People Water) has sent quite a few photos of the wells, Ghana, and themselves! Amazing job they are doing and it shows on the faces of the people they are helping save.
First People Water well in Ghana:
From Kris Wolfe:
Elmina Castle, Ghana
30th JULY 2012
New pic shared by Jef of Emily in Elmina Castle, Ghana – check out the latest PeopleWater blog post about their trip HERE.
(BTW – Emily is wearing Alexander High-Top sneakers by Sam Edelman)
And here is a great pic and comment from the People Water team in Ghana – read the caption, and go order your bottles an T-shirts on PeopleWater.com!
Here is the latest pic from Ghana, this one of the unmistakable Brono:
First pic from Em, Jef, Cody and Brono in Ghana! (Read below for more info):
Jef and Emily on their way to/just arriving in Africa, with Cody and Brono from People Water. Here is a cool Wetpaint interview with Cody about the trip, just click on the pic!
Here is the team (and newly engaged JEM) on their way to Ghana…
Waiting for connection in Amsterdam (can you spot Emily?):
And always ready to please their fans, even on a long trans-continental flight!
Some more info about People Water, how they work and what they do:
1. You Can Purchase People Water at a Store Near You
People water is sold at Whole Foods, Albertsons, and Marriot Hotels. The bottles come in three sizes, and you can also snag t-shirts and accessories online! Come one, come all, and buy these bad boys up!
2. People Water Is Purified in Nature!
People Water isn’t purified in a lab like some plebeian waters. Instead, it’s 100-percent naturally spring-fed, BPA free, Fluoride free, and pH balanced 7.2 or higher. Basically, it’s liquid gold.
3. A Bottle For a Bottle
For every bottle of People Water that your purchase, the company will give an equal amount of clean water to a person in need! Think Toms shoes, but instead of ugly flats you get a delicious drink. People Water’s mission statement says, “True success isn’t only about making money. It’s also about giving back. Helping others. And hopefully, when all is said and done, leaving the world a better place than we found it.” Amen to that!
4. Your Bottle Of Water Helps a Specific Group Of People
The water that gets donated when you purchase People Water doesn’t just sit in Jef Holm’s hair coif. It goes to a specific project! If you want to know what your bottle is up to, just scan the QR code and it will take you to the project that your purchase is making possible.
5. People Water Is a Utah-Based Company
In case you need a reminder, People Water is based out of the great state of Utah, where Jef lives with his family. Utah for the win!
6. People Water Promotes Clean Water Projects
Your purchases make it possible for the folks at People Water to travel the world building wells, rain catchments, and pumps — they always have various sustainable water projects going on. “When a well is put into a community it changes everything,” People Water says. “No more drinking dirty water, no more long exhausting walks for women and children, and most importantly, the people of the village can be healthier. “
7. They Give to Charity
People Water provides us Jef Fans with H2O, but they also work with charities. “Nowadays, it seems to be a successful charity, you have to be good at marketing,” People Water says. “Marketing raises awareness but most importantly marketing raises money. A charity will not survive without $. We want to help with this.”
To help?… drink it (here is a map of some of the location where you can find it, or order on their website), buy the T-shirts and cool accessories online or go to their partner charity Generosity Water.