I think I'm hooked on my impact journey now.
Not only do I plant a tree for all newsletter sign ups. Not only do I allow absolutely anyone to choose to make an impact for free. Not only am I pledging to support a range of gender equality projects when you sign up to watch the latest tech with purpose interview, but now I will donate solar powered, reverse osmosis fresh water to a family in Vietnam every time someone books an appointment with me through my Calendly page.
What is reverse osmosis?
Reverse osmosis is the process of using membranes and filters with very, very small holes in them to filter out particles and molecules from water. This process can make clean, potable water from contaminated, and even sea water.
Osmosis is a naturally occurring principle. Reverse osmosis uses pressurisation to improve the efficiency and speed up the process. This is where the solar power comes in. Solar arrays collect energy, and use that to power pumps to create the pressure needed.
Making a collective impact
At the time writing, we've made 72 global impacts through these initiatives, and I am super excited to see how that grows in the coming weeks and months.
Our Total Impact So Far
So if you want to be part of this amazing journey you have four options:
- Sign up to my weekly tech with purpose newsletter here and plant a tree.
- Pop over here and choose to make an impact for free - no string attached, not even an email address.
- Sign up specifically for the Qualcomm interview and choose and SDG5 project to support here.
- If you want to find out more about what I do on the website, and how we might work together book an appointment with me through my Calendly page.
May 2022 - Important Update
As of May 2022, the charity supporting this good cause closed donations due to their targets and capacity being reached.
As such, I have now shifted my impact giving to focus on providing clear, fresh water to families in Ethiopia. You can find out more about the project here.