The Christian Century:

If every American spent $10 per year on his Humankind Water — less than they spend on Halloween candy — it would be enough to nearly eradicate the world’s water sanitation problems, Foltz says.

Foltz, a former Christian youth minister, put out his first bottle of Humankind Water last October. The idea is to sell bottled water in a socially conscious way, with 100 percent of net profits going to fund clean-water projects in Haiti, Asia and Africa.

Humankind Water, which has both a for-profit arm that sells water and a nonprofit foundation that accepts donations, “exists (solely) to raise money and awareness to help wipe out the world’s drinking water crisis,” said Foltz.