Cheaper Delivered donates FIFTY (50) per cent of our profits to WaterAid!

WaterAid is a charity which delivers the most fundamental human right to humans who need it the most!
We are proud to support them with our profits as part of our social responsibility as a company.


Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene are basic human rights. They should be a normal part of daily life for everyone, everywhere. That’s why WaterAid is here.

We are part of a global federation, alongside six other members: America, Canada, India, Japan, the UK and Sweden and we manage programs in Cambodia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste on behalf of the federation.

We works with partners around the world to unlock people’s potential with clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene. With the help of our amazing supporters, we work with partners in some of the toughest places in the world.

WaterAid started because no charity like us existed. We will end when no charity like us is needed. Together, we can change millions of lives for the better within a generation.

Where does your money go?

  • $13 can help pipe water to a village
  • $19 can buy a water tap
  • $40 can help give a family a toilet
  • $100 can train a woman to maintain the village water supply

Stories from the field

Toilets really are incredible. And the best thing about them is they do more than you could ever imagine: they help people have better health, dignity, safety and so much more.

“I work to protect and help the dignity of my community,” says Chanda, a toilet caretaker in Delhi, India.

Chanda’s district used to have no access to decent toilets. But after working with our local partner, FORCE, the community gained access to a new toilet block. This greatly reduced the risk of sexual harassment for women and girls while looking for a discreet place to relieve themselves.

Chanda now works to keep the new facilities spick and span, and to help ensure her neighbours are safe and healthy.

“Keeping the toilets clean is my favourite thing about my job. I like it because there are no more diseases now – the children and community are happy.”