Tupperware will donate 50 percent of the retail price from their Eco Water Bottle sales to the National Park Foundation in honor of #GivingTuesday, up to $30,000. The donation is part of an effort to support waste-free adventures within the parks.
Eco Water Bottles are environmentally friendly and are one of Tupperware’s best-selling products.
“When we think about the future, we envision a world where waste doesn’t exist,” said Pieter Swanepoel, President of Tupperware United States & Canada. “Through partnering with the National Park Foundation to highlight our reusable solutions for waste-free adventures, we are making impactful strides towards that goal. By stopping waste before it begins, we can create an impact in the parks and beyond. At Tupperware, we are making decisions to reduce our own environmental footprint by exploring the use of new, sustainable materials and eliminating the use of single-use plastic when shipping our products. There is no time to waste when it comes to protecting the planet and we hope our efforts around #GivingTuesday encourage people to choose to do good to keep our parks – and our planet – thriving for generations to come.”
This donation is an extension of Tupperware’s premier partnership with the National Park Foundation’s Resilience and Sustainability initiative. Together, through innovative products and educational resources, the two organizations hope to reduce waste and improve recycling infrastructures within the parks.