Today, 663 million people live without access to clean water. For more than 25 years, Water.org has pioneered safe water and sanitation solutions that give women hope, children health, and communities a future.
Water is Essential to
the Lives We Live.
It's also an essential part of our 600-year heritage and the Stella Artois we make today. It's a shared resource that we believe needs to be protected and conserved–and made easily accessible to all.
Water Changes Lives
See firsthand the widespread impact clean water can have in Elizabeth's Dream.
Our Efforts Continue
Stella Artois has helped provide more than 800,000 people in the developing world with access to five years of clean water through the sale of more than 225,000 Limited-Edition Chalices and by directly donating more than $3 million to Water.org. But we’ve only just begun.
1 Chalice = 5 Years
Each limited-edition Chalice provides 5 years of clean water for a person in the developing world. You can help make an impact by purchasing a Brazil, Cambodia or Uganda Chalice today.
The Brazil Chalice
The dynamic and colorful environment of Brazil inspires Fernando Chamarelli. He uses elements from comics, caricatures, realistic portraits, tattoo, and street art to create his signature style.
The Cambodia Chalice
The work of Cambodia's first Khmer female urban street artist, Lisa Mam has been seen all around the world. She hopes to inspire pride in Cambodia’s youth through her art.
The Uganda Chalice
Eria Nsubuga’s art draws from the world around him. His inspiration stems from the dichotomy between tradition and modernity and the rapid development of Uganda.
Limited Edition Packs
£0.47 provides clean drinking water to 1 person for 6 months. Stella Artois will donate £0.47* to Water.org for each limited edition pack purchased in the UK.
Limited Edition Chalices
£4.74 provides clean drinking water to 1 person for 5 years. Stella Artois will donate £4.74* to Water.org for each limited edition chalice purchased in the UK.
*AB UK FX USD to GBP internal rate used at time of agreement was 1.3179