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Well Manager Set to Partner with Charity: Water


Hopewell, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/22/2018 -- Well Manager, the water well management solutions company that builds and sells products that change peoples' lives, is partnering with Charity: Water, to raise money to provide clean and accessible water to people around the globe. Interested parties can learn more about official brand partners here to see how organizations are supporting this charity.

100 percent of donations will directly fund water projects in the field, and when the project is complete in 21 months, Charity: Water will provide sponsors with Google Maps GPS coordinates of the community they directly served. Participating organizations can then share the incredible impact of their efforts with their community to celebrate all that they accomplished together. Well Manager is promising a $100 donation for every system sold and will also match any customer donation up to $100 at time of order.

Well Manager offers well water solutions that improve the lives of their customers. Products like the Well Manager, the Well Watcher, and the ConstaBoostâ„¢ systems are all designed to make everyday life easier by meeting all of the water demands of a busy household. The company's solutions are also environmentally responsible, eliminating the need to drill a second well.

With ways to manage water supply, usage, and pressure, Well Manager is New Jersey's leading water well management company. With the added convenience of home water storage systems, customers will never have to worry about weak water pressure or a dry faucet. Visit Well Manager's website at http://www.wellmanager.com/ to learn more.

About Well Manager
Well Manager offers innovative water supply solutions for those with low-yield wells, as well as those experiencing inadequate water pressure, including those with a city water system. The Well Manager, Well Watcher and ConstaBoostâ„¢ systems have aided homeowners across the nation in obtaining a reliable water supply without needing to drill a new well. For more information, visit: http://www.wellmanager.com/.