We’d love to work with you
Toilet Twinning offers a flexible suite of products to suit any business size:
Adopt us as your Charity of the Year
Consider making us your Charity of the Year – and involve your staff in working up wacky ideas for fundraising. You might even like to consider some friendly departmental rivalry!
Twin all the toilets in your workplace and make sure your suppliers do too! Encourage worldwide offices to take part.
Shout about it! Display the ‘We are Promoting Toilet Twinning’ logo on your website, letterhead and business cards. Advertise your fundraising efforts on social media, talk about Toilet Twinning in your publications, and make a splash in your office loos with your Toilet Twinning certificates.
Show your appreciation of the efforts made by your staff by matching them pound for pound. A great incentive which doubles the impact we can have in an impoverished community.
Become a corporate loo-minary
Support Toilet Twinning as an ongoing chosen charity and get your logo proudly displayed on our website for the world to see.
"Good sanitation, drinking water and keeping your hands clean are fundamental to communities. Yet consider this: 40% of the world’s population can’t take part in life’s adventures because they don’t have access to a toilet. Twinning your toilet is a fun and unique way of helping tackle this injustice. I'm in!"
I saw a twinned toilet on a visit to a Bedfordshire school, and I thought it was one of the best ideas ever! It’s simple, it’s fun, but it’s also really, really important.
I take it for granted that I have somewhere to go to the loo. But one in three people in the world don’t. Imagine seeing your children die because your family's drinking water is contaminated by human waste. My toilet and I are proud to be twinned with a long drop in Bihar, north India. It’s time for a sanitation revolution, and every toilet counts!
Be part of it
Business owners Ali and Emma Vahdati are passionate about educational issues - so they have chosen to fund school toilet block projects in Bangladesh and Guatemala.
In Bangladesh, a headteacher told them, ‘The lack of toilets hampered our dignity and health.’
Commented Ali and Emma, ‘This is the best money we have ever spent!’
Ali & Emma Vahdati