Thought Club for World Water Day
March 27th, 2019 @ 6:30pm EST
On Sale Until: Monday, March 25th 2019, 5:00 pm
Thought Club for World Water Day

S'well HQ

28 West 23rd St
New York, New York
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Thought Club for World Water Day

S'well HQ

28 West 23rd St
New York, New York
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Join UNICEF NextGen for a Thought Club in honor of UN World Water Day (3/22). Thought Clubs bring together like-minded individuals to connect on topics such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals and UNICEF's global work. The evening will involve a rich group conversation on the work of UNICEF and S’well in alleviating water and sanitation challenges in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

IMPORTANT NOTE: RSVP REQUIRED. You must RSVP for one ticket at a time to include all individual's information. First and last names of all guests are needed for entrance into the building. If you have any questions, or would like to be added to a waitlist when tickets are no longer available, please reach out to nextgen@unicefusa.org. 

Required Prep Materials:

  1. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Two-Pager”, UNICEF USA (2018)
  2. Companies investing in urban emerging tech opportunities could change 2 billion lives and make up to $2 trillion in revenue according to Arm and UNICEF” UNICEF (2018)
  3. Tech Bets for an Urban World pgs. 19-23. UNICEF, arm & Dalberg (2018)
  4. Annual Results Report 2017: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene” Programme Area 1: Water,
    pgs. 8-13, UNICEF (2017)
  5. Here's What S'well Is Doing For The Earth -- And For Girls In Madagascar”. UNICEF USA for FORBES (2017)

S’well has partnered with UNICEF to support UNICEF’s water programs in Madagascar - a country where nearly 50% of the population still lack safe drinking water at home. Since 2015, they have committed more than $1.6 million to help UNICEF improve access to sustainable water sources, promote safe hygiene practices in schools, and help communities adapt to the impacts of climate change.