Anton Hawkins was running a self funded water project in Nicaragua called AntonH20 until he sadly passed away. However his family helped to make his vision a reality by setting up a donation page where anyone can donate to this deserving charity.
Anton thought it was a simple concept to deliver water filters, fit them, and ensure they worked for families in countries where drinkable water was nothing more than a dream. Anyone who thought otherwise was proven wrong when he did just that.
In January of 2013 he managed to get a bulk load of water filters and buckets to one of his favorite surf spots in Nicaragua. He self fitted these filters and ensured that they were working so that each family could have clean, fresh water. Something that would have been seen as a blessing.
Anyone who had the privilege of talking to Anton while he was out there, saw a man in his element – sea, surf and helping others…he had found his calling. As Anton can no longer carry out his mission his family have taken over and created AntonH20.
Anton’s families aim is as simple as his message - Everyone deserves clean water.
Please help Anton’s family and to spread awareness for AntonH20.
Check out the website for more information:http://antonh2o.org/
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