You don't get much for free in this big apple of ours, but tap water is the exception.
Not surprisingly, we take it for granted. The City's water tastes delicious; in fact New York City regularly receives high rankings in taste and quality tests. And it doesn't cost a dime.
SUSHISAMBA and other restaurants are asking for you to rethink what access to free water is all about during World Water Week's week-long annual Tap Project.
From March 19-25, SUSHISAMBA and UNICEF are asking you to chip in one dollar for your regularly free water as a donation towards making access to clean water available to kids who don't have regular access to it.
The impact of this program is impressive.
From the UNICEF Tap Project website: Since its inception in 2007, the UNICEF Tap Project has raised nearly $3 million in the U.S. and has helped provide clean water for millions of children globally.
Not convinced? Watch the video on YouTube to learn more.
Afterall, you don't have to buy free water, but for one week, why not?