Mustang Survival Waterlife Fund Celebrates World Water Day 2019Mar 21, 2019
All proceeds from MustangSurvival.com will be donated to Waterlife Fund for local grants
Burnaby, BC – Mustang Survival®, the North American brand renowned for innovative solutions for the most demanding marine environments, is celebrating the United Nations international observance of World Water Day, March 22, 2019 on the local level. Having recently launched the Mustang Survival Waterlife Fund, a philanthropic committee established to support local and regional community water projects and initiatives in British Columbia, Mustang Survival is donating all proceeds from sales on MustangSurvival.com during the global World Water Day, to fund various grants.
Year-round proceeds from the sale of a new branded, insulated stainless steel water bottle will also go directly to the Mustang Survival Waterlife Fund. The bottle is available for purchase on www.mustangsurvival.com for $29.99 USD / $34.99 CAD. In celebration of World Water Day, all purchases of $150 or more on March 22 will include this water bottle free.
“Mustang Survival is incredibly blessed to have one of the last true wild frontiers right in our backyard, and the incredibly easy access to the breathtakingly beautiful, yet temperamental waterways of the Pacific Northwest provides our brand the best product testing grounds anywhere. Keeping these incredible bodies of water healthy is not just an altruistic decision for future generations, it is essential to enable the ultimate experience for people on the water, whether for work, duty, or to escape the daily grind” says Jason Leggatt, Mustang Survival’s General Manager. “The Mustang Survival Waterlife Fund recognizes that in working with other like-minded people and projects, we can accomplish more than we can alone.”
In partnership with the Canadian Freshwater Alliance, the Mustang Survival Waterlife Fund received nearly 60 applications from organizations seeking the first-ever grant. Grant recipient(s) will be named by March 31. To learn more about the Mustang Survival Waterlife Fund and its mission, please visit www.MustangSurvival.com/waterlife.