Water for Fiji
Why should you part with your cash we hear you asking? Because we believe in transformation through small change.Bay of Plenty
Bula Coffee and FORSI are asking you to part with some of your hard earned cash. Bula Coffee is located in Fiji where clean water is a huge problem. The water quality is poor and its supply intermittent. The regular floods bring additional problems with diseases spread through the water, which even straight from the tap, can look like our coffee.
Water filtration will solve this problem.
Forsi Innovations, a leading water filtration company in New Zealand, can supply us a Mobile water filtration system that can be taken from village to village transforming dirty water from streams and rivers into clean drinking water. Your small change together with Tom, Dick and Harry’s small change, can literally help bring clean fresh drinking water to thousands of villagers in the interior of Fiji
Your donation will go to purchasing a Mobile unit from Forsi Innovations (www.forsi.co.nz) which will be taken to Fiji and used by Bula Coffee to provide clean drinking water and disaster relief.
Bula Coffee's involvement (page creator)
Im apart of the Bula Coffee team and would really love to see the team in Fiji having easier access to clean water both for work and at their homes, this will truly benefit the wider Fiji and make a huge difference
Use of funds
This money will go to purchasing a Mobile unit from Forsi water filtration. We will then send the system to Fiji and the Team at Bula coffee Fiji will then use it and pass it around Villages and Families in need of clean water.
We will be back at the field days this year.
Together with FORSI INNOVATIONS we are continuing to raising money for clean water in Fiji. Come and visit us at site J18 and grab your self a fresh cup of Bula Coffee.
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This page was created on 5 Jun 2018 and closes on 6 Jun 2020.