Supporting those who sacrificed for us
Wounded Warriors are special people. They volunteered to serve our country. They paid dearly during that service. They now simply want to lead productive lives. They don’t complain and don’t ask. But, we are going to help.
With the launch of our Water for Warriors program, there are two ways you can help ensure this special group never has to worry about water during an emergency.
Securing Your Family Helps a Wounded Warrior Family
For EVERY 10 Constant Water systems sold online, we will donate a Constant Water system to a Wounded Warrior non-profit for delivery to a wounded warrior family.
We will coordinate with the non-profit for installation of the systems to ensure no charges are incurred by the family.
Additionally, the donated systems will be in your name, not ours. Each of the 10 customers will be listed.
You Can Help A Wounded Warrior Family
If you have a wounded warrior family you would like to help, you can purchase a Constant Water for donation to them.
We will coordinate with the Wounded Warrior non-profit of your choice, or we can identify a local organization near the family to facilitate the donation and installation.
The donated system will be in your name, not ours. We will coordinate with the non-profit to ensure you receive the donation credit.
For all of us, water is the single most important commodity. Our lives depend on it. When storms or other natural disasters hit, we can all find ourselves without water. Our wounded warriors shouldn’t have to worry about water.
Are you a non-profit organization supporting Wounded Warriors and their families in the U.S? We should talk about working together.
Reliable, Safe, Easy-to-Use, Automatic, Backup Water Storage System
Water is a necessity, not a luxury. Water should be there when you need it. However, our water supplies, whether they are private water wells, or community and public water systems, are fragile.
- Storms can leave millions without power and water for days.
- Wells and well pumps fail.
- Coastal cities may turn off the public water before a hurricane.
- Our public water infrastructure is old. Severe drought, flooding, and freezing temperatures can cause these aging systems to break.
- High-rise buildings require supplemental electrical water pumps to push water to the higher floors.
- Generator systems fail when needed most.
- Whole-house generators are expensive. CONSTANT WATER complements inexpensive generators.