THE HEART WATER FOUNDATION®
Established in 2017, we exist to help improve the lives of children suffering from extreme poverty, disease, and addiction around the world.
With 23% of profits from every Heart Water® bottle purchase flowing to help children in need, we believe together we can change the world.
THE RIPPLE EFFECT
A Federal 501(c)(3), the Heart Water Foundation® has already served it’s community by supporting Whizzkids, Aceing Autism, and for the “Hope for Kids Mission” in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Heart Water® Founders Michael and Ylianna Dadashi continue to expand on a myriad of entrepreneurial ventures in service of their communities and environment, aiming to work with charities that fall in line with their values. As their businesses grow, so does their ability to ignite a ripple eect of authenticity and empathy for all people everywhere.
WINTER STORM RELIEF
In February 2021, the state of Texas was hit by historic freezing temperatures that caused power outages and water shortages for millions of Texans. As a decentralized water source, we were able to provide thousands of bottles of water to those in need in the Central Texas region. The Heart Water Foundation graciously made donations on behalf of Matthew and Camila McConaughey’s Just Keep Livin’ Foundation to Dell Children’s Medical Center, The City of Austin, Meals on Wheels and more. We are honored to have been able to pour our hearts out for our home state.
BUY ONE, GIVE ONE
In 2020, for every case sold we donated a case to heroes on the frontlines fighting the COVID-19 crisis. Heart Water and The Heart Water Foundation had the honor of donating to essential workers in need of water. Together, we poured our hearts out and donated over 50,000 waters to healthcare heroes in need.
Whizzkids United, Ghana 2019 The Africaid Trust’s WhizzKids United uses football as an educational tool to engage local youth and facilitate healthy behavior change. WhizzKids delivers effective HIV prevention, care, treatment and support to youth worldwide.
Carlos and Yrma Guerra of McAllen connected to Whizzkids United in 2012. Since then, the WKU Carlos Guerra Academy has been established in Carlos’ name and provides several after school programs to encourage Ghana’s youth to continue pursuing their education. Sharing the same passion as her parents, Ylianna along with her husband Michael Dadashi plan to continue the legacy of their family’s work with WKU through the Heart Water Foundation.
WE ARE TAKING A STAND AGAINST THE PLASTIC EPIDEMIC THAT IS HURTING OUR ENVIRONMENT, ANIMALS, OCEAN AND ULTIMATELY THE HUMAN POPULATION.