Help increase equality for women and girls by twinning a tap for International Women’s Day on the 8th March or World Water Day on March 22nd.

Here’s why twinning taps matters…

Lack of access to drinking water, means missing out on school for Bridget… 

Bridget lives in south-west Uganda. She has four sisters. Her father is a banana farmer and Bridget often helps him in the plantation.

Every day Bridget walks to a spring to fetch water. The water is contaminated by animal and human waste from household toilets that have been built in the wrong place.

Two young teenage girls are laughing at the camera. Wearing dark vivid blue school uniform.

Bridget ( L) and her sister, Ndago Primary School, Uganda.

During assembly at Bridget’s school, children are chosen to go and fetch water from a spring quite far away. Often, by the time they get back to school classes have already started. Children are getting left behind in their education every day. 

Thankfully, due to people twinning their taps a tap-stand has now been installed at Bridget’s school so that pupils now have clean water on site and don’t have to miss their lessons anymore!

Twin a Tap today

For every £60 your group donates, you can twin one of your taps with a tap-stand in Zambia, Uganda, Nepal, Malawi, Kenya, Guatemala, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Brazil or Afghanistan.


We’ve created some resources for you to use to raise awareness and fundraise for the vital resource of clean and safe water!

  • An introduction to Tap Twinning PowerPoint with beautiful photos and global water facts
  • A moving film of Bridget’s story

Online giving

Set up an online giving page and encourage friends and family to support your efforts to twin your workplace WCs:

Just Giving – search for ‘Toilet Twinning’ when you register or go direct to: JustGiving

Social media

Share your ideas, events and fun on social media so we can shout about your fundraising efforts and let everyone know how great you are! It’s also a good way to invite people outside your organisation to support you if you set up an online giving page. Tag Toilet Twinning so we can share your posts!


Paying-in details

Once your group is ready to donate, you can make a BACS transfer to us online (please include your school’s name as a reference):

Account name      Toilet Twinning
Bank      Barclays
Account      53798860
Sort code      20-00-00

Alternative, you can send a cheque (payable to ‘Toilet Twinning’) to:
Toilet Twinning, 1052–1054 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH7 6DS.

We won’t automatically send out twinning certificates – so if you want to put Toilet Twinning certificates in your school loos, please get in touch to tell us how many you need and if you want the school name on each of them.

If you raise £240, don’t forget that you can twin with a school block in Mozambique, Malawi, Nigeria or Tanzania – or a refugee block in Bangladesh or DRC.

Children worldwide miss 443 million school days each year because of dirty water and poor sanitation



Software consultancy firm ROQ threw themselves into three weeks of fundraising with a ‘back to school’ theme – to twin a school toilet block. Their creative fundraisers included a school uniform day, a GCSE maths test, periodic table bingo and lunchtime games including loo-roll dodgeball.
‘Our employees had a lot of fun supporting a great cause that matters to them,’ says manager Sarah Jane Riggott