SIPS Drinkware Gives Back

SIPS Drinkware was created with one mission in mind: to deliver a clean, sustainable sip that promotes access to potable water for communities in Uganda. That is why with every purchase, you are helping us drill a well for a village in need. Our products reflect our attitude towards water-- simple yet essential. When our passion for design is combined with our mission in Uganda, customers can celebrate a small victory in every sip. Whether enjoying the company of friends and family or shaking off the morning's slumber, they are helping change the world for real people. We believe that should feel pretty darn good.

Why us, and why now?

We have all had those marathon days at the office — a deadline is quickly approaching and time is slipping through our fingers. When we finally get home, our headaches remind us that, somehow, we forgot to drink a single drop of water! It is easy to let water slip our minds. In the United States, it seems like we have an unlimited supply of this life-giving liquid. Though our faucets run dutifully when we need them, too many in this world do not share this privilege. In Uganda alone, over 8.4 million people lack access to safe water—that is equivalent to the entire population of New York City. Here at SIPS Drinkware, we would like to change that. Care to join us? With every SIPS Drinkware purchase, you are helping us drill a well for a village in need. Our products reflect our attitude towards water— simple yet essential. When our passion for design is combined with our mission in Uganda, customers can celebrate a small victory in every sip. Whether enjoying the company of friends and family or shaking off the morning's slumber, you are helping change the world for real people. We believe that should feel pretty darn good. So here's to making every sip a memorable one.

Cheers!


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