Make your next glass of water count at Hubbell and Hudson and The Black Walnut Café in The Woodlands, Tx.

During World Water Week, Sunday, March 21 – Saturday, March 27, these local Woodlands establishments are taking part in UNICEF's national Tap Project.

When you order a glass of tap water at Hubbell and Hudson Market and Bistro or at The Black Walnut Cafes during this time, you can make a donation of $1.

All proceeds are scheduled to go towards UNICEF's program that helps provide clean water to children across the world.

Cary Attar, CEO and founder of Hubbell and Hudson Market and Bistro, stated ""More than 450 million children worldwide lack access to clean water. That is a mind-lowing figure.""

Attar added, ""Hubbell and Hudson and The Black Walnut Cafes are dedicated to helping our local and worldwide community, and this program is one of the ways we can make a lasting impact. We are honored to take part in this program.""

The Unicef Tap Project helps raise awareness of the world water crisis and looks to raise vital funds to assist the millions of children it impacts on a daily basis.

Funds raised support UNICEF's water, hygiene and sanitation programs. Also the funds assist the effort to bring clean and accessible water to millions of children around the world.

UNICEF's Tap Project has raised almost $1.5 million in the U.S. since the program began and has helped give clean water to millions of children around the world.

Be sure to stop by Hubbell and Hudson, located at 24 Waterway Avenue, or the Black Walnut Cafe, located at 2520 Research Forest Drive, and participate in UNICEF's Tap Project to help make a difference.

Hubbell and Hudson is located in The Woodlands, by gorgeous communities like Windsor Lakes and Creekside Park.

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