The Boathouse We Made Every Day Count
We Made Every Day Count
Together, the Hydrow community can do great things. Since World Water Day in March, we challenged you to make every day count — amplifying our giving to our partners at Water.org for every day our members worked out with Hydrow. Our goal was to donate enough money to help an additional 10,000 people impacted by the global water crisis gain access to safe water and sanitation.
We are proud to announce that we have reached that goal. Because of your hard work, 10,000 people’s lives will change forever.
We are excited to announce that starting this week, we will be reducing the number of days it takes to have your workouts make a difference from 60 days to 25 days. Now, for every 25 days you work out with Hydrow, we will make a donation to our partners at Water.org to provide access to safe water and sanitation to families around the world.
At Hydrow, we encourage you to #WinTheDay — by building healthy habits and achieving your whole health goals, all while making a positive impact on the world. To celebrate these accomplishments, you will see new badges in the Hydrow mobile app (iOS app and Android app) to commemorate the days you’ve worked out with Hydrow, while tracking the number of donations you have enabled.
We’re grateful for the opportunity to work together as a community to support a cause that impacts so many people around the world. We can’t wait to see how you all continue to #HydrowWinTheDay.
For more information about Water.org and our shared efforts to end the global water crisis, visit www.water.org.
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