Santevia Water Systems Helps Fund School for Impoverished Women in Bangladesh

February 6, 2013

Canadian water filtration and re-mineralization company donates $10,000 to non-profit Amarok Societyto aid effort to educate mothers.

February 06, 2013

Teach a mother, change the world. This simple phrase is the motto of the Amarok Society, a Canadian non-profit organization that helps educate impoverished mothers in South Asia. Earlier this month, the society opened a new school with the help of a $10,000 donation from Delta, B.C. based Santevia Water Systems.

“As part of our Santevia Gives Back program, we have decided to sponsor a school in Khulna, Bangladesh — the poorest country in the world,” said Santevia CEO Yvonne Anderson.

“The school will teach women and children who are in desperate poverty.”

Santevia Gives Back is a philanthropic program that also helps people in need around the world. Recently, SGB provided funds to an orphanage in Indonesia to purchase a rototiller plow so the residents could become self-sufficient. Read More!

Santevia CEO Educates CTV Morning Live Vancouver on How Alkaline Water Can Help Combat Disease

January 21, 2013

Canada-based company Santevia visits set of CTV morning show to talk about the impacts of acidity and alkaline water on health.

January 21, 2013

With celebrities like Victoria Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow recently touting it as their diet of choice, it’s no wonder the awareness of being “alkaline” is becoming more widespread. But it’s something that has been long understood by Yvonne Anderson, Founder and CEO of Santevia Water Systems.

On January 21, Anderson was invited to the set of Vancouver’s CTV Morning Live to talk about alkaline water and why it’s important in the fight against acidity in our bodies. One of the biggest surprises to CTVs Ann Luu, was the test showing bottled water was more acidic than our municipal tap water. Having had her own family impacted by acidity, Yvonne has spent years researching acidity and alkalinity — discovering the positive impacts something as simple as alkaline water can have on fighting chronic disease. Discovering the benefits of alkaline water was one hurdle – but finding affordable alkaline water was another. And so, Santevia was born. Bringing affordable, eco-friendly, alkaline water to people everywhere has always been the driving force behind Santevia. Click here to view the January 21 episode. Read More!

Santevia Water Systems featured on CTV’s The Marilyn Denis Show January 16

January 17, 2013

Canada-based company had its Santevia Tritan Water Bottle and Alkaline Water Stick showcased on popular lifestyle talk show.

January 17, 2013

If there are two things fitness and health expert Cassandra Hope knows about, it’s fitness and health. And on the January 16 episode of The MARILYN DENIS SHOW on CTV — Canada’s number one lifestyle talk show with an audience of two million weekly — she shared her expertise, and discussed how Santevia and alkaline water fits into her daily routine.

Deemed one of her gym bag essentials, the combination of the Santevia Tritan Water Bottle and the Alkaline Water Stick provide pH balanced alkaline water on the go. Small enough to fit in a purse or pocket, the water stick contains all natural compounds such as minerals stones, far infrared and calcium ion. Placing the stick in a glass of water or water bottle increases the pH of normal tap water or bottled water to a pH 9+.

Hope has been a special guest on THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW multiple times and has previously presented on affordable workout equipment for the home and gym and also exercise tips. A professional fitness competitor with her own studio, she works with clients on achieving a healthy and enjoyable lifestyle. Read More!

Santevia Water Systems Philanthropy Program Helps Indonesian Orphanage Move Towards Self-sustainability

January 9, 2013

Canadian water filtration and remineralization company donates $2,000 for purchase of a plow.

January 09, 2013

“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish, and feed him for life.” This ageold adage is why Santevia Water Systems, based in B.C. Canada, recently donated $2,000 to the Roslin Orphanage in West Timor, Indonesia for the purchase of a rototiller plow so they can farm their own food.

“Self-sufficiency means they will always be taken care of. To me, that is the most important thing,” saidSantevia CEO Yvonne Anderson.

The donation is part of the Santevia Gives Back philanthropy program where 10 percent of profit goes towards projects revolving around providing food, shelter, education and clean drinking water to those less fortunate. Read More!