UNICEF Tap Project is working to help the 768 million people around the world without access to clean water. This year you can help by taking a challenge to give up access to something far less vital than water–your cell phone.
For every 10 minutes you don’t touch your phone, Giorgio Armani Fragrances and other generous donors can fund one day of clean water for a child in need.*
Not touching my cellphone = clean water for a child in need! My cell phone is dead to me.
The latest wildlife campaign by WWF Denmark—“What On Earth are we doing to our planet?” Good question.
Hot Wheels spreads the ‘don’t drink and drive message’ with these clever little key chains depicting a car recently in an accident with a message that read “even a small drink is enough”. Attached with the keychain was a tag with phone numbers of Party Club Drivers.
As car owners arrived at the pub and handed their keys over to the valet, the key chains were attached to their keys. When the car owners left they were handed their keys back with the attached hot wheels keychain. Apparently it worked as the drivers were shocked and alarmed and many decided to call the driver service, friends, or family to come take them home.
The lesson kids? Even a small amount is enough. PLEASE don’t drink and drive!