Spring water from Pontresina
Donation ticker water pumps
The Hotel STEINBOCK and the Restaurant GONDOLEZZA has raised CHF 9'624.-- until July 2016, which has been enough to finance 24 water pumps together with UNICEF.
1. Certificate 4/10/2016 (PDF)
2. Certificate 2/11/2016 (PDF)
3. Certificate 13/02/2017 (PDF)
4. Certificate 06/04/2017 (PDF)
5. Certificate 29/05/2017 (PDF)
6. Certificate 11/10/2017 (PDF)
7. Certificate 30/11/2017 (PDF)
8. Certificate 12/03/2017 (PDF)
9. Certificate 09/08/2018 (PDF)
10. Certificate 13/09/2018 (PDF)
11. Certificate 05/11/2018 (PDF)
12. Certificate 11/03/2019 (PDF)
13. Certificate 08/07/2019 (PDF)
Water – the fountain of life
663 million people around the world do not have access to clean water. 2.4 billion people do not have adequate sanitary facilities. Each year, 340,000 children die before their fifth birthday as a result. One of the causes of death is contaminated water. Children need water to survive and grow.
WATER AGAINST POVERTY
Thank you for your support!
Once people have access to clean water, their lives often improve dramatically. This is why UNICEF has been campaigning for many years to create access to clean water with projects such as well constructions. UNICEF has developed a manual stainless steel pump for this purpose, which can provide a permanent water supply for an entire community. This does away with miles of water carrying and eliminates the fear of unclean water.
To you, of course, spring water from Pontresina is always free. However, it takes great effort to get this water from the spring into your glass. CHF 1.00 of the CHF 4.00 purchase price goes toward purchasing water pumps. Keep up to date on the donations generated through the sale of spring water from Pontresina and resulting water pump orders at www.hotelwalther.ch.
UNICEF and Hotel STEINBOCK would like to thank you for your support.
Did you know: Spring water from Pontresina is a strictly controlled "foodstuff" as well as a reasonably priced and abundant commodity in our beautiful valley.
Pictures Copyright: UNICEF