OXYwater Donates to the Red Cross, Supports Sandy Relief

Columbus, OH (November 14, 2012) - OXYwater, the Ultimate Healthy Hydration Beverage, donates approximately 100,000 bottles of its enhanced flavored water to the American Red Cross of Camden & Burlington Counties.  This donation is made in effort to support the thousands of people in the New Jersey and New York areas that are still without power, living in shelters after evacuating flooded homes, and enduring decreasing temperatures.

“We are so fortunate to have a company like OXYwater be willing to donate such a large amount of product in such a short amount of time.  ” said Dara Kennedy Ellis , one of the many Board Members of  ACR of Camden & Burlington Counties Chapter that are putting in extra hours and days to help.

“When disasters like Hurricane Sandy strike, the American Red Cross is there helping neighbors and communities. OXYwater is proud to be a part of the response and help in keeping people hydrated.” said Stacey Kuzda, Vice President of Marketing for OXYwater.

The donation to the Camden, NJ chapter will be used to ensure that the families who evacuated their homes, and those that receive meals, water, and snacks from the Red Cross response vehicles, are provided a health hydration beverage.

This donation is a continuation of support by OXYwater to the Red Cross. In the company’s headquarters state of Ohio, OXYwater regularly donates bottles to the organization’s Donor Centers, where blood donors are offered OXYwater after giving blood.

About OXYwater:

OXYwater, headquartered in Columbus Ohio, is a functional enhanced bottled water company that began distribution in September 2011.   It is owned and operated by patent company Imperial Integrative Health Research & Development.  OXYwater can be found in approximately 1,500 Midwest retail stores including Whole Foods, Meijer, Krogers, Walgreens, Giant Eagle, and Discount Drug Mart.  OXYwater has created partnerships with organizations such as the American Red Cross, the Alliance for Health Generation, the Central Ohio Diabetes Association and others.  Learn more by visiting www.oxywater.com.

About the American Red Cross:

The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org.