Frank Water launches partnership with Dishoom
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This World Food Day, Frank Water is proud to announce a new partnership with Dishoom – renowned across the UK for its popularity and Bombay comfort food. Frank Water’s award-winning, naturally wild spring Artesian water in still and sparkling is now available to purchase in all of Dishoom’s nine restaurants across the UK.
Profits from the sale of our bottled water support our charitable arm’s safe water, sanitation, and hygiene projects in India and beyond. Including natural spring regeneration work in the remote Himalayan villages in Uttarakhand, as well as rural communities in the states of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, where we support the development of water security plans to improve water availability and quality for local communities and farmers. All of Frank Water’s work is in partnership with the communities themselves to develop solutions that work for their particular situation, at the same time upskilling and empowering individuals so that they can sustain and maintain their systems after the project has concluded.
The theme of this year’s UN World Food Day focuses on water as a precious resource; it’s not infinite, and we need to stop taking it for granted. What we eat, and how that food is produced, all affect water.
Katie Alcott MBE, Frank Water CEO said: “We are thrilled to be working with Dishoom again. We believe there is a close synergy between Dishoom and our work – both our organisations place true value on the elimination of social inequality. Our projects deliver sustainable access to safe water and sanitation to communities that live in different environments with varying challenges. Frank Water and Dishoom are similar organisations that recognise the value of giving and making a difference to those in need.”