Thirty Seconds Out is proud to share that we have joined forces with the Clean Water Corpsdivision of Waves For Waterto help in one of the biggest fights humanity faces: accessing clean water.
A percentage from each Blackhawk Waves t-shirt we sell will be donated to the Clean Water Corps. Our donation will go towards funding the deployment of veterans in the global water crisis. With this killer tee and your help, we will make a difference for those in need. This is about something bigger than t-shirts, bigger than all of us. It's about a basic life requirement being met where it's not.
The Clean Water Corps leverages the skills, experience and determination of military veterans to provide clean water solutions to those in harsh environments and during natural disasters. The CWC is a platform within Waves For Water, made for veterans to re-engage their world, to become part of a new team, united in a common and crystal clear purpose: bringing access to clean water to everyone that needs it. With their water filtration systems, they are boosting quality of life and helping prevent the spread of easily curable waterborne diseases among men, women and children.
We are here for this! Check out W4W and CWC's water filtration system and a short video about them below.
...And it has our very first set of signs! Being a first, it's like Thirty Seconds Out is official now. If you're cruising down highway 75 through Ketchum, you'll be able to see us from the road. We put them up today and had three guys from Montana come in, saying they saw our signs and nearly drove off the road trying to get down to see the shop. Come see us!
Last year we teamed up with Noveske Rifleworks and made t-shirts and stickers to raise funds for an awesome cause. Each company donated $2,500 to One More Wave so we could hook up two well deserving wounded veterans with surfboards and all the gear they would need to ride waves and help heal the wounds of combat. Addict Surfboards out of San Diego shaped the boards by hand to accommodate these veterans' injuries.