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Helping the world never tasted so good!

December 02, 2011

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The Crisis: With the ever increasing global population, comes the increase in the demand for clean water. Sadly, the availability of clean water in many underdeveloped nations of the world is extremely scarce. With the lack of clean water comes the spread of water-related diseases. In the year 2004 alone, it is estimated that 2.2 million people died due to the lack of safe drinking water.

The solution? It's as clear as day. In providing these communities with the infrastructure to access clean water we can help end the cycle of poverty and disease.

NIKA donates 100% of their profits to support clean water projects in impoverished countries. Through NIKA's reforestation efforts and their investment in carbon offsetting programs they have been designated Carbon Free by In addition to this, NIKA has developed the One for One recycling program. NIKA pays a small fee for every plastic bottle collected by high schools throughout the country.

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How We Give

Each color represents a different cause that we donate 10% to. That means 10% of your entire purchase is donated. If your watch is $50, we immediately donate $5 to the cause on your behalf.

In addition, we're giving back another $5 to the Printed Village designer that created your watch. Your purchase is more powerful than you think and we are forever grateful. Together, we have the power to change lives every day.