Stamford, CT –The headquarters office of Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) will celebrate World Water Day with students from around the region on Friday, March 20. In partnership with Project WET, more than 100 fifth and sixth-graders will join NWNA employee volunteers in their Stamford office for a “Make-A-Splash” festival, featuring an afternoon of water education.
Led by NWNA and Project WET volunteers, students will participate in educational sessions that are interactive, hands-on and fun. From “Wasting Away to Zero” to “The Incredible Journey,” these activities are designed to encourage environmental stewardship.
“This is our second time hosting students for the Make-A-Splash festival,” said Delphine Fairley, NWNA community relations manager. “Each year, we look forward to working with Project WET to teach and inspire the next generation to be responsible stewards of the planet’s precious water resources.”
As a proud partner since 1992 of Project WET, the world's leading water education organization, Stamford’s “Make-A-Splash” festival is one of three similar events hosted by NWNA throughout March. Additional festivals and educational classroom activities will be taking place in Dallas, Texas; McBee, South Carolina; Cabazon, California and Allentown, Pennsylvania. NWNA’s activities are part of several Nestlé Waters celebrations around the world in honor of World Water Day.