Culligan is the leading quality water expert and committed to helping individuals, families, and communities in need of clean, safe drinking water. Culligan International, over the years, has supported disaster relief programs both globally and locally. All of these charitable efforts were the inspiration of Culligan Cares, which began in 2005 with the support of victims of Hurricane Katrina, where 5 semi trailer trucks of bottled water with provided to Gulf Coast residents with the assistance of Convoy of Hope.
Culligan Efforts Toward Hurricane Harvey
One of the basic needs that these people being affected by Hurricane Harvey and the first responders that are down there risking their lives need is CLEAN, SAFE drinking water.
- Approximately 75,000 bottles of Culligan water have been provided to Convoy of Hope for those who have been displaced from their homes. Convoy of Hope has a temporary distribution site set up in Victoria, TX. Culligan is continuing to provide water to Convoy of Hope as their supply depletes over time.
- In addition, Culligan has shipped over 45,000 bottles of Culligan water to several dealers in the Houston area. With the assistance of Culligan of Houston, clean drinking water had already been provided to a firehouse in Katy, TX. The water is supporting over 200 first responders dispatched from all over Texas.
Culligan continues to monitor the situation in Texas and is in direct contact with those Culligan dealers in the Houston area.
To Make A Donation to Culligan Cares
Visit Culligan Cares: http://culligancares.org/donate.aspx if you are interested in making a donation. These donations can go a long way for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Can you imagine not having access to clean drinking water at the Lake of the Ozarks? Culligan Cares believes that everyone everywhere should have access to clean, safe drinking water. Your donation will help support water-related initiatives worldwide, including natural disasters and other catastrophic events. One hundred percent of every dollar donated goes directly to support a water-related project.