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Red Rooster Hosts UNICEF Tap Water Project

By Jeannette | March 19, 2012

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Today marks the kickoff for World Water Week, where UNICEF’s Tap Project is put into full swing. This week, March 19-25, 2012, Red Rooster Harlem will help raise money to provide children in developing countries with access to clean water. UNICEF’s Tap Project encourages restaurants to ask their customers to donate $1 or more for the tap water that usually comes free. That money then goes to fund UNICEF’s water projects and with just one dollar, UNICEF can provide one child access to safe, clean water for 40 days.

The UNICEF tap project sprung to life five years ago in New York City. Read More

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MARCUS POP FOOD: WORLD WATER WEEK

By mahir | March 24, 2011

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World Water Week

It’s World Water Week folks. A time in which we’re asked to reflect upon the scarcity of clean water throughout many parts of the globe and its impact on young children.

For me, this week of the year is especially impact-ful. Read More

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