The Nalgene Water Fund supports domestic communities struggling with access to clean water by partnering with grassroots nonprofits to raise funds and awareness. Proudly made in the USA, Nalgene supports local communities.
Nalgene Water Fund is proud to announce its support for Navajo Nation (Diné) with the launch of its “Tó éí iiná” (Water is Life) bottle, in partnership with Jaden Redhair, age 20, an accomplished Navajo artist born for the Jemez Clan. Five dollars from every bottle sale will go towards combating the water crisis facing America’s largest indigenous tribe. In addition to funds raised through the sale of this bottle, Nalgene also contributed nearly $30,000 in funds and critical supplies to enable future water solutions.Read More
Purchase our Exclusive “Toì éí iiná” Bottle
Jaden Kirklee Redhair, the 20-year-old Diné designer behind “Tó éí iiná” (Water is Life), the Nalgene Water Fund’s exclusive Bottle for the Navajo Nation. Nalgene learned about Jaden’s upbringing, life among the Navajo, and what message he hopes others will take away from his bottle design.
More Ways to Donate
Purchase one of the limited edition 32 oz. Nalgene Water Fund Bottles or Corbeaux Base Layers to support domestic water issues.
About the Nalgene Water Fund
The Nalgene Water Fund, which is a
restricted fund of Reverb, Inc., supports domestic communities struggling with access to clean water by partnering with grassroots nonprofits to raise funds and awareness. Proudly made in the USA, Nalgene supports local communities.
Supporting Domestic Water Challenges
The Nalgene Water Fund (NWF) was created in August 2019 to raise funds and awareness for [domestic] U.S. communities struggling with access to clean water by supporting grass-roots nonprofits serving those communities. By fall 2020 the NWF had identified programs in both Flint, MI and Navajo Nation to benefit from donations. In Flint, MI the NWF is helping to support The Flint Community Lab, a community-run lab that is for and by the local community, instilling trust as the City rebuilds from its water crisis.