Safe water and sanitation are basic human rights!
Plumbers Without Borders is building a global database of volunteer plumbing and mechanical professionals and the humanitarian organizations working to increase access to safe water and sanitation.
The PWB database/directory will function and serve as a central resource for both volunteers and humanitarian organizations. We encourage all related tradespeople, and others willing to serve or donate useful tools/supplies or skills, to join our efforts and sign up.
Become part of our team
Our team of dedicated plumbers and amazing support staff has the perspective to embrace extraordinary challenges and the drive to get remarkable results.
We are determined in our goal to provide as many people as we possibly can with clean drinking water and sanitation. By improving the way people deal with waste and by teaching people how to distribute clean water we can save lives, improve overall health and ensure greater dignity.
We are looking for individuals who share our passion and who wish to donate their time and skills to help make our mission and goals a reality.
Help us expand our reach
Your generous support helps provide clean drinking water, sanitation and education to people in the developing world.
We are reliant on donations and sponsorships from caring individuals like you. Whether you would like to provide us with a one-time donation or are looking for an ongoing partnership, your contribution will be wisely spent to maximize its impact. Donations from US supporters are tax-deductible.
American Standard - Flush For Good
Every day 2,000 children die due to dirty water and poor sanitation. The Champion Toilet is helping change that.
American Standard received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to focus on addressing sanitation issues in Sub-Saharan Africa and learn more about specific needs in this part of the world. Recently American Standard engineers visited Sub-Saharan Africa and ultimate goal is to replicate the sanitation product development model that was used to create the SaTo in Bangladesh. For more on this, visit www.flushforgood.com.