From day one, it’s been our mission to help support global health initiatives with donations to underserved communities through non-profits like the San Francisco Marin Food Bank and the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.
We proudly donated to almost 400 public schools in the NY Tri-State area, as well as 150 bottles of H2One hand sanitizer to New York's Holy Name of Jesus school, Read more about our giving story.
A Hand Sanitizer That Deserves a Hand
"The company has launched its giving back program by donating to New York’s Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, San Francisco Marin Food Bank, and to almost 400 public schools in the NY Tri-State area."
New York Weekly Times also highlights our giving back program and future plans to help those on the front lines.
"Future donations are planned for healthcare workers and first responders."
Skin-Friendly, Highly Effective and Great Value
"H2One has skin-friendly ingredients such as Aloe and Vitamin E as well as being available in: an awakening citrus or calming lavender scent. It contains 75% Ethyl Alcohol, surpassing CDC recommendations."
Supporting Our Schools and Communities
As one family, it’s in our DNA to work together for the greater good. Health, like water, is essential for sustaining life. Not only is it about our own health, but also about sharing the gift of health with others.
That is why, with the start of the new school year, we felt it was necessary to support our schools, especially with the health and safety challenges our teachers and students now face.
We proudly donated 150 bottles of H2One hand sanitizer to New York's Holy Name of Jesus school. Here is what Principal Kirsch Wilberg had to say:
"Holy Name of Jesus school is so blessed to have received the donation of 150 bottles of H2One hand sanitizer. We are spending an exorbitant amount of money on sanitization this year that would normally be spent on classroom materials. We love the H2One product! It works great and smells even better.”