Gregg Sulkin "Be Grateful" Water Bottle
"Be Grateful" Tumbler
Made From Recyclable Aluminum
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Did you know that there are still 88 million people in the world who don’t have access to clean water? Join me and @sharetogive today for #WorldWaterDay to support @ThirstProject in making a huge difference in this important cause. Go to the link above and grab a bottle, wear a shirt, and share the campaign. It only takes 50 cents to provide clean drinking water to one person for an entire year and only $25 for their entire life! Let’s work together to raise awareness and make an impact so that no one ever has to struggle for a glass of drinking water again.
ABOUT GREGG SULKIN:
Born and raised in London, England, Gregg Sulkin is a multi-hyphenated actor who has showcased his talents across the board in the entertainment industry. He made his acting debut in 2005, starring as 'Bernie Rubens' alongside Helena Bonham Carter, in the coming-of-age dramedy “Sixty Six.” Following the film’s success, Sulkin landed his first series in the Disney Channel UK comedy “As The Bell Rings” and was featured in a two-part episode of the CBBC children’s sci-fi show “The Sarah Jane Adventures – Series 3: The Mad Woman in the Attic.”
He is currently starring in the HULU series “Marvel’s Runaways,” which premiered in November 2017 and has been picked up for a second season. Based on the Marvel comics, the series is executive produced by series showrunners/writers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage ("THE O.C.,” “GOSSIP GIRL"). “Marvel’s Runaways” is the story of six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other, but who must unite against a common foe – their parents. For this and his other work, Sulkin was honored at the inaugural Rising Star Showcase at the Napa Film Festival in 2017.
An avid sports fan, Sulkin grew up loving and playing professional soccer for the London club teams ‘Queens Park Rangers’ and ‘West Ham United.’ When he isn’t acting, Sulkin loves attending L.A. Galaxy games and playing impromptu pick-up games with his friends.
ABOUT THE CHARITY:
Over 663 Million people on the planet do not have access to safe, clean water. Thirst Project is the world's largest YOUTH water organization. We travel across the United States speaking at middle, high school and college campuses to educate students about the global water crisis and challenge them to fundraise to build freshwater wells in developing nations and impoverished communities. We guarantee that 100% of all public donations go directly towards our well projects. In just nine years, Thirst Project has activated more than 500,000 students on 500 campuses across the United States who have raised $8.8 million, which has given more than 334,000 people in 13 countries safe, clean water. $25 is all it takes to give one person clean water for LIFE. Water is a human right. Join the fight. www.thirstproject.org
Build a socially-conscious generation of young people who END the global water crisis. We do this by educating students about the water crisis and activating them to raise awareness and funds to build real water projects all over the world. Once a community has access to safe drinking water, disease rates can drop by up to 88% virtually overnight! Child mortality rates can drop up to 90%- overnight! Clean water also plays an incredibly critical role in effectively treating and managing HIV/AIDS in rural communities. Swaziland, for example, has the single-highest-density population of HIV/AIDS in the world. For a person with HIV/AIDS, even if you have access to medical treatment or antiretroviral medication, but are still forced to drink dirty water from contaminated sources, the diseases in the water you drink will actually kill you faster than AIDS itself.
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