The innovative provider of the first-ever investment vehicles that reduce the market’s water footprint chooses Gary White and Matt Damon’s Water.org as official cause partner.
Thomas Schumann®, the only solution provider of investable indices and products that track global water risk, today announced the selection of Water.org as its official cause partner to advance United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6 – clean water and sanitation.
Thomas Schumann said: “I consider Water.org to be the number one water charity to advance UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 ‘Water Security’. I am excited to be partnering with Water.org and their proven expertise and work to bring water and sanitation to the world.”
As Thomas Schumann’s® cause partner, Water.org will receive direct donations through a featured donation portal at thomasschumanncapital.com in addition to other benefits that will support its important work.
“We appreciate Thomas’s recognition of the impacts the global water crisis has for people all over the world, and we are aligned in understanding the power of capital to create positive change,” said Gary White, CEO and Co-Founder of Water.org. “Access to safe water and sanitation transforms people’s lives and we’re grateful for the mission critical support that will come with this partnership.”
About Thomas Schumann Capital®
Thomas Schumann Capital® is the world’s leading solution provider at the nexus of water security and responsible investing. TSC sponsors the TSC Water Risk Indices® in order to enable investors to integrate physical and financial water risk into investment decisions to achieve sustainable performance, positive impact, water stewardship and engagement.
Water.org is an international nonprofit organization that has positively transformed more than 31 million lives around the world with access to safe water or sanitation. Founded by Gary White and Matt Damon, Water.org pioneers market-driven financial solutions to the global water crisis. For more than 30 years, we’ve been providing women hope, children health, and families a future. Learn more at https://water.org