CDWT needs partners. We do not want to be a 100% donation funded charity non-profit, 501(c)(3). Our donors are vital to our mission and ability to produce results but we must also generate income from a variety of income producing activities to be sustainable as an organization. We want to be extremely effective using our funds to deliver the biggest results on our projects. We want to partner with organizations that also want to provide clean drinking water to communities across the globe. If your organization could support our clean drinking water projects in any way we would like to form a partnership. We need partnerships with water filter companies, plumbing suppliers, hotels, airlines, water pump distributors, pipe companies, software vendors, internet webhosting companies, cellphone carriers, GPS distributors, camera retailers, weather equipment distributors, water test kit suppliers, transportation and shipping companies, print shops, embroidery shops, marketing companies, or any company that would like to support our efforts.

  • 100 Palm Beach is a group of like-minded people giving back to our community. They attend quarterly events, listen to three charitable organizations tell their stories and then vote for the organization that resonates the most. Each member writes a $100 check to the top vote getter the same evening. It is LIVE local non-profit crowdfunding. 100PalmBeach select CDWT as the top presentation on April 6, 2019.
  • CDWT was selected as a 2019,2020 and 2021 recipient for a grant from ALLSTATE INSURANCE. Each year, ALLSTATE offices around the USA nominate non-profit charities and the corporate headquarters selects a limited number of non-profits to receive the grants.
  • We have a partnership with ATLANTIC FILTER CORP a family owned Florida based water filter / water treatment company that has been delivering clean drinking water systems in South Florida since 1955. Atlantic Filter is our supplier of water filters and water purification systems.
  • We partner with LIFESAVER WATER, a British microbiological water filter company that has a mission to provide effective long-term clean water solutions, both for humanitarian relief and for staff to ensure they are always with clean drinking water in the field and for beneficiaries in need of a household solution. Their Lifesaver Bottle, Liberty Bottle, Jerrycan and C2 community sized filter systems are designed to provide clean drinking water under extreme conditions and they meet the highest standards: EPA, ISO9000, NSF Protocol P231 and P248.
    Watch Inventor Michael Pritchard demonstrate the LIFESAVER bottle
  • We partner with VIQUA, a Canadian manufacturer of water purification systems. They offer us special discount pricing on the water purification equipment we install on our projects. Their D4 ultraviolet purification system is easy to install and can deliver purified water for less than $0.01 (one penny) per gallon. We have installed the Viqua D4 in Cuba iand Honduras. See photos...
  • We purchase our project shirts, embroidered hats and door magnets locally from Jupiter Uniforms, Signs and Graphics in Jupiter Florida. They always help us with our special requests using Nepali font, Spanish font and logo printed items.
  • We purchase our project shirts, embroidered hats and door magnets locally from Greatwestern Printing Lake Worth Florida. They always help us with our special requests using Nepali font, Spanish text and logo printed items.
  • We are a registered non-profit organization with Amazon Smile. When you select us as your charity, 0.1% of every purchase you make on Amazon will be donated to our clean drinking water projects.
  • We are a registered non-profit organization with PUBLIX Charities. We can apply for grants and donated items in support of our projects that meet their charity guidelines - projects that focus on youth, education and helping the homeless and hungry within Publix’s operating areas.
  • Vita Nova is a Florida based post-fostercare non-profit that rescues and assists homeless youth. Our organizations are exploring opportunities to collaborate. We applied for a grant to help fund a foster youth as a volunteer on a future drinking water project.
  • The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea is a Florida, Southeast diocese Episcopal Church that has funded numerous humanitarian group projects in Honduras including our 2018 drinking water project at Our Little Roses all girls orphanage in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
  • St Davids Episcopal Church is a Pennsylvania based Episcopal church that helped fund our 2018 drinking water project in Ciego de Avila, Cuba.
  • Friends of the Episcopal Church of Cuba (FECC) is a USA based non-profit that assists communities in Cuba, including installing drinking water systems. Our organizations collaborate on drinking water projects in Cuba.
  • We are forming a partnership with SAWYER INTERNATIONAL an American Outdoor Gear Company that manufactures nano water filters and has a mission "to change the world through life saving technology and life changing solutions". We have used the PonitONE .1micron water filter system and the .02micron PointZERO system to deliver clean drinking water on our projects in Honduras and Cuba. Our team also uses the personal water filter system while working in remote locations.
  • We are currently working with ALDON-CHEM an American company that produces and packages chemicals and laboratory test kits. We want to create water test kits that CDWT will use on our projects, distribute to people in the villages we help and we will sell them to raise money for our projects. Everyone should test their home drinking water at least once. When you travel you should test the water in your hotel room or even the pool you plan to swim in. Before you buy a new home think about testing the water, and if you do, please buy a water test kit from us. Not only will you benefit by knowing the quality of the water you drink, you will also be helping bring clean drinking water to people in desperate need. 100% of the profits go directly towards our projects.