I have to make a confession. I don’t drink enough water. Yes, it’s true. I am like a majority of the people in the world who do not stay adequately hydrated. In fact, I struggled to keep the intake required for both of my pregancies. For the longest period of time, my kids wouldn’t drink water straight. I had to split their drinks half and half to make sure they were getting enough water, and not filling up on sugary juices and milk. My hubby, who is an avid water drinker, managed to get them to drink water in a matter of only two days last week. That’s something I couldn’t manage in the last three years. I, myself, am also making an effort to drink more water and even drank water as my beverage with dinner last night.

PUR contacted me to tell me about World Water Day, which also happens to coincide with my wedding anniversary, and wanted to share with me the importance of water in our every day lives.  Here are some things they told me:

World Water Day celebrates its 10th year of raising awareness about clean drinking water in developing countries. Today, there are still over 4,000 children in developing countries die every day from illness and disease related to unsafe drinking water.

PUR Water (www.purwater.com) provides funding for clean drinking water abroad through an ongoing partnership with Procter & Gamble’s Children’s Safe Drinking Water (www.CSDW.org) program. In 2012, PUR donated $100,000 to CSDW and with funding made possible in part by your PUR product purchases continues to donate to this cause.

In addition to educating me about the Cause, PUR also wanted to offer my readers a giveaway of a PUR Water Filter so that they may drink water more often too! Enter below!

This giveaway starts today, March 22nd at 12:01am and ends March30th ast 12:01am. It is open to legal residents of the US ages 18 and over.  See widget for full terms & conditions.

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