100% of the profits raised in the Good Goods campaign will go to Save the Children - to save children’s lives and build better futures.
Save the Children does whatever it takes to get clean, safe water to the children that need it, as well as other life-saving essentials to help children thrive.
We do whatever it takes to make sure children survive, get protection when they’re in danger, and have the chance to learn. In 2017, we helped 13 million children. Learn more about our work here.
This campaign is designed for people who want to do something to save children’s lives today – but who want to do something a bit different than run a race, hold a bake sale, or ask for sponsorship. Selling Waterless Bottles is a way for you to ask your friends and family to support the cause you believe in, while getting something back for their donation at the same time. In turn, by using their Waterless Bottles, they’ll be helping to promote the campaign, encouraging more people to get involved.
As a thank you for selling Waterless Bottles for Save the Children we’ll send you one of the Classic Waterless Bottles – we’ll ask you for your postal address shortly after you’ve joined. You should receive this within a 7 – 10 days of providing this. You can use this as an example to show your friends or just to keep your self hydrated.
If the bottle(s) you receive are damaged or don't meet your expectations you may return the item or items you have purchased. Please tell us within 30 days of receiving your order by either emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 020 7012 6400. Please have details of your order to help identify your purchase. We may take some additional details to ensure you receive a new bottle.
If you require a refund, you will be refunded via the same method used for payment. Please allow up to 14 days for refunds to be processed.
The costs to produce and ship each bottle varies, but as an example: for the £15 Classic bottle around half will cover the cost of the bottle and postage leaving around half as a donation to Save the Children. We guarantee that 100% of the profits from Good Goods campaign will go to Save the Children.
Everyone will have their own reasons for buying a Waterless Bottle – perhaps:
- You want to support your friend who is signed up as a seller
- The design makes you smile and will brighten your weekdays
- You’ve been meaning to buy a reusable water bottle to reduce your single-use plastic waste, or increase your water consumption
- You want to help promote the campaign by using a Waterless bottle at work or at the gym
- You enjoy that warm fuzzy feeling of knowing you’ve helped make a difference for children
Maybe it’s all of the above – but whatever the reason, buying a Waterless Bottle is a great way to support Save the Children, and to get a little something back for your donation too.
In essence, your donation purchases both the empty bottle for yourself, and clean, safe water for children, and other life-saving essentials. This isn’t typical charity merchandise where £1 or 10% of the sale price goes to the cause - and we know you can buy a water bottle cheaper elsewhere. Waterless Bottles have been priced to raise as much money as possible for Save the Children. Why? Because this isn’t just about buying a bottle - the more money raised in this campaign, the more work Save the Children can do to help children in the toughest places. So, when your friend asks you to buy a bottle, they are asking for your support to help them raise funds to make a difference to children worldwide – not just to buy a bottle.
You can find other sellers on our home page – why not help boost someone’s target by buying from their page?
Good Goods Waterless Bottles are available for a limited time only. If you’d like to buy a Waterless Bottle, you’ll need to do so before the campaign ends on 21st November 2018.
About the bottles
In this campaign, we invite you to buy an empty (i.e. 'waterless') bottle to help raise money to provide clean water for children, and other life-saving essentials. That's why "it’s what’s not inside that counts".