Spring Break is quickly approaching and if you’re like me, you’re scrambling to plan some fun activities for the kids. I’ve been debating a quick staycation or trip up to Phoenix for a few days but that still leaves a few extra days for fun activities at home. Last year, I did an interesting water experiment with the boys, demonstrating the technology P&G has developed to clean drinking water for millions of people around the world. I’m partnering with P&G again today with some fun news for you.
The P&G Purified of Water pack is now available for anyone to purchase. It’s a great experiment for your kids to try first hand, to see the technology in action and also talk about why it exists. According to WHO in 2014, 663 million people lacked access to an improved water source. P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water program has provided 9 billion liters of cleaner water and has goal of providing 15 billion liters of clean water by 2020.
My boys really enjoyed this experiment. All you need is a bucket, a spoon, a cloth, a rubber band and small P&G Purifier of Water packet. And it’s not just a fun activity, the purchase also gives back to the communities that need it most.
For each purchase of P&G packets, $1.80 will be donated to the Children’s Safe Drinking Water Fun which is a charitable fund managed by the Greater Cincinnati Foundation. That provides 3 month’s worth of clean drinking water for a child in a developing country! For more information visit www.csdw.org.
Win a set of P&G Purifier of Water packets
Congrats to the winners: Trisha B, Rachelle A, Elica P, Yona W, and Emi!
Not only can you buy your own P&G Purifier of Water packets but you can also win a set right here! Just watch my Instagram video the experiment in action and let me know what you think. The giveaway closes on 3/18 and I’ll randomly draw 5 winners.
No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open to legal residents of US & who are 18 years of age or older. Giveaway starts 03/07/2016 and ends 03/18/2016. Sponsored by The Motherhood with a P&G Purifier of Water packet. For the full list of rules, click here.
Disclosure: This post is part of a sponsored campaign with P&G and The Motherhood