100 For All is committed to addressing the global water crisis. Through collaboration with mission-aligned organizations, sponsors, and donations, we help raise social-consciousness about the water crisis, create new strategies to promote water sustainability and preservation, and install cutting-edge, cost-efficient water treatment solutions to affected regions.
100 For All is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to combating national and global inequity. There are countless challenges in need of support, yet water scarcity and contamination are arguably the most devastating. This may sound like an abstract concept to many, but billions of people around the world lack access to safe water. At 100 For All, we recognize that water is a luxury we cannot afford to lose, and as such, seek to unite humans to embrace this great challenge. Meaningful mitigation requires not only that we raise awareness about water related issues, but also that we leverage every tool and technology at our disposal to confront the challenges directly. We appreciate your support.
Chris Schortgen is the founder of 100 For All. Chris is responsible for all facets of the business, placing particular emphasis on social impact as 100 For All expands. A graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University, Chris has spent years traveling internationally and through his travels became inspired to build an organization dedicated to combating social justice issues, both at home and abroad.
Paul Gimenez is committed to addressing the world's most challenging inequities through innovation, collaboration, and technology. Paul has worked with the nation's top universities to better understand the brain basis of human morality, learning development, and emotion. Holding degrees from UC Berkeley and Columbia University, Paul guides the vision and strategic direction of 100 For All.
Steven Torrisi holds a BA in business and accounting from Barry University and has been involved in broad-ranging industries, spanning fashion, entertainment, art, and humanitarian organizations. Steven is deeply committed to building a global network of unified individuals and communities to help raise awareness, aid, and ultimately end the world water crisis.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: WHY WATER?
Q: WHY DO YOU CHARGE $100 FOR WATER?
Our Luxury Water bottle being $100 allows us to provide a family of 5-10 with a sustainable clean water solution through a bio sand filtration system.We are able to train, assemble and install these BSF's in the house holds of families in need, greatly improving their quality of life.
Q: HOW DOES 100 FOR ALL SUPPORT ITSELF?
100 For All’s operations are supported directly by donations from foundations and individual supporters. We do not take a percentage of donations made to specific projects. In other words, 100% of donations made towards one of our clean water initiatives go to that specific project.
Q: WHAT IS 100 FOR ALL'S VISION?
100 For All's vision is a world where important causes are automatically supported by default human activity. Where all things that motivate people to act in their own self-interest are aligned with causes that promote the welfare of all people and the planet they inhabit. We envision a world where all people have access to the opportunities essential to a meaningful, healthy, and creative life.