The Scrubba wash bag charity contributions

Supporting the Scrubba wash bag means supporting water projects in developing countries.

Part of the intention for developing the Scrubba wash bag is to provide an ongoing fund to support projects in developing nations.

World Vision Emergency and Preparedness Fund

To assist in the humanitarian efforts in the wake of the massive destruction caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the Scrubba wash bag has donated $1000 to World Vision's Emergency and Preparedness Fund. With millions affected by this crisis, we hope our small donation will assist in the prompt delivery of aid to the affected regions.


Thanks to all our supporters and customers for allowing us to make this contribution.

Charity: Water Contribution

We were initially told about Charity: water by one of our IndieGoGo funders, Lyston Peebles.  Following some research, we like what we see and have made out first donation.  Charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing countries and 100% of all public donations directly fund water projects.  As the Scrubba wash bag grows, we hope to be able to fund an entire water project through Charity: water.

Image is from charitywater.org

Movember Australia Contribution

During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in Australia and around the world. The aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and men's mental health.

The team at the Scrubba cultured mo's to raise funds as well as contributing financially to the cause.

Image is from au.movember.com

Rift Valley Reservoir Project Contribution

The overwhelming support for the Scrubba wash bag campaign on IndieGoGo allowed for our first significant contribution to be made.

Accessibility to water should be a right shared by all. With this in mind, $1000 of the money contributed to the Scrubba wash bag campaign on IndieGoGo was recontributed to an IndieGoGo campaign that is raising money to construct a reservoir in the Rift Valley Provence of Kenya. Currently, what little rainfall there is in this region is rapidly washed away. The reservoir, which was recently completed will allow for rainfall to be captured and used by the nomadic Samburu people.

Image is from indiegogo.com/projects/samburu-trust-kenya.

We are on the lookout for other worthwhile water-related projects to support. Please contact us if you have any suggestions.