Working Towards a Cleaner Future

In partnership with

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Our Roots

Welcome to the Jasti Clean Water Initiative, an organization that provides access to clean water to schools and communities in India. My name is Sourish Jasti, and I am a senior at Holmdel High School in Holmdel, NJ. Growing up in an Indian family and visiting India almost every year led me to be very aware of the lack of clean drinking water in rural villages and schools, which is also sadly present in many places around the world. What I saw led me to contribute to water purification research during the 2017-2019 school years, which won me thousands in research scholarships that went towards Jasti Clean Water Initiative. Through this initiative, I am providing access to clean water for communities that cannot afford it on their own. 

Helping over 7500 Students Across 80 Schools



Jasti Clean Water Initiative is in the business of changing lives. The work we do at our organization is aimed at solving one of our world's biggest challenges: clean water. We fundraise and donate supplies that will help schools in India that are trying to get on their feet. We're trying to be the change that we want to see. 

Jasti Clean Water Initiative is an official partner of Sawyer International. The Sawyer PointOne Squeeze water filter xystem has the ability to filter up to thousands of gallons of water at 0.1-micron filtration, which allows it to purify contaminated bacteria and protozoa in India. Their light-weight and durability make them optimal.

The Problem:


With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Lack of clean water is something that needs to be taken very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.

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Marcus Samuelsson

"For many of us, clean water is so plentiful and readily available that we rarely, if ever, pause to consider what life would be like without it."