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WorldWaterWorks & The Water Survival Box

The Water Survival Box is a fully paid for product full of new items and does not need filling by external organisations. The new items will be tailored to suit the disaster locations. The cost of a survival box is £150. (inclusive of airfreight costs). Purchases can be made online and we would appreciate your support.

WorldWaterWorks is managed by the Rotary Club of Chelwood Bridge.

  Rotarian's from Chippenham

On Tuesday 13th January 2015 nine Rotarian's from Chippenham led by President Sylvia Gibson visited the Water Survival Box Centre at Midsomer Norton to help pack boxes under the guidance of Rotarian's from the Rotary Club of Chelwood Bridge. The task was organised by Rotarian Rick Squires.  Over a couple of hours the Chippenham Team managed to pack 60 boxes during the course of which there was an ‘official’ visit from the Chairman of the Bath City Council, Councillor Martin Veal.

Be part of the largest worldwide tandem skydiving event ever!

As one of the charities to benefit from the 2014 successful attempt to break the world record for the number of tandem skydives in a single day Worldwaterworks Ltd (Rotary Water-Survival Box) has been provisionally allocated 8 places for the 2015 attempt to raise the record from 281 (2014) to 333. The attempt is to take place on Saturday, 20 June, 2015 and individual nominations need to be registered by 31 January.  The following information has been received from the organisers and individual Rotarians, members of their families, or friends, are invited to take part in this unique experience whilst raising sponsorship for our Rotary charity.

Full details of the World Record attempt including an information pack and sponsorship form can be found by going direct to the Skydive 99 website page allocated to Worldwaterworks Limited and the Water-Survival Box -



240 Water Survival Boxes en route to the Red Cross in Serbia.  
28 May 2014

Rotary's consignment of Water Survival Boxes will be traveling on a Serbian Red Cross vehicle along with humanitarian aid provided by various NGOs and members of local communities based in the UK. The consignment is expected to arrive on Monday 2nd June, and from then on, Rotary Club of Belgrade-Vracar will provide necessary assistance and logistical support to Red Cross in distributing WSBs to the areas most affected. Further information to follow.

Distribution of 800 Water-Survival Boxes continues on Olotayan island off the north coast of Panay, Western Visayas, Central Philippines.

800 Water-Survival Boxes have been distributed in the vicinity of Roxas City and on Olotayan island off the north coast of Panay, Western Visayas, Central Philippines. Members of the Humanity First Canada team, led by Dr Aslam Daud, can be seen taking the boxes by boat to the island, offloading them, and then demonstrating the water purification kits and other contents before handing them to families in need.

Photographs courtesy of Humanity First


During the past year, as we have responded to disasters in the Far East, Indian sub-continent, Africa, and Caribbean, our stock of uncommitted packed Water-Survival Boxes has reduced significantly and it is vital that we now attract the funds needed to restock. Just to add a further 1,000 standard Water-Survival Boxes will cost some £150,000 and we hope Clubs that are in latest-news.htmla position to assist respond now and that all Clubs build in a forward commitment to assist during the new Rotary Year. Whilst Rotarians in Chelwood Bridge continue to provide all the necessary management and practical effort required we are heavily dependent on our Rotary friends across RIBI and overseas to provide the funds to 'make it happen'.
£150 pays for the cost of a standard WSB and £350 a multi-pack of five (water purification kits only) both including the cost of air freight to ensure the boxes get to those in need as quickly as possible. Remember that as a pure Rotary charity all the management of the Water-Survival Box project and the practical work involved in getting boxes packed is done by members of our Rotary Club with hands-on help from other volunteers from Rotary, Inner Wheel and our local schools and community groups. We have no paid employees and every pound donated goes directly to pay for the boxes, contents, our fixed costs and air freight.

Donations can be made securely, online via the Big Give Charity

Donations can also be made by cheque to Worldwaterworks Limited and sent to our registered charity office, Westfield Business Centre, Second Avenue, Westfield Trading Estate, Midsomer Norton BA3 4BH.

(worldwaterworks.org    Charity No 1116432    Company No 5903142