In honor of Earth Day, H2WOW Carwash of Denver, CO donated 50 percent of their wash sales from Monday, April 22 and Tuesday April 23 to Wash Away Thirst. Between their two locations, H2WOW raised a total of $2,508 to help provide clean water in 2019.
Wash Away Thirst is a community of professional car washes, vendors, and clean car enthusiasts joining together to raise money for clean water. There are still 663 million people in the world who do not have access to clean water. Wash Away Thirst has provided over $70,000 to clean water projects since its founding in 2009 and is hoping to break the $100,000 mark this year.
“Water is essential to our business and one of the biggest needs in our world today. As a car wash community, we have a great platform for building awareness and effecting change for our earth’s water,” said Julie Petty, co-owner of H2WOW Carwash. “At H2WOW, we recycle 80 percent of our water and use only a small fraction of fresh water per wash compared to the average home wash. We’re also inspired to help make this precious resource available to people around the world through our partnership with Wash Away Thirst. We are so grateful to our amazing customers for supporting us in this cause.”
H2WOW Carwash has two locations in the Denver metro area: 11737 W. Ken Caryl Ave. in Littleton, and 4631 Tower Rd. in Denver.