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Follow the H2O Challenge


































Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.


















Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.






All photos by Ivan Calderon








All photos by Ivan Calderon






How to Participate


































Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.


















Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.






All photos by Ivan Calderon








All photos by Ivan Calderon






How to Participate">Follow the H2O Challenge


































Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.


















Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.






All photos by Ivan Calderon








All photos by Ivan Calderon






How to Participate


































Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.


















Between June 17-30, runners across the globe are committing to use running as a way to connect with and cultivate awareness for the water they drink everyday.






All photos by Ivan Calderon








All photos by Ivan Calderon






How to Participate

01

SIGN UP

Register and commit to run to or near your local water source between June 17~30. Run it solo or sign up with a group. (All sign-up fees will be donated to Isla Urbana, one of our nonprofit water partners)

02

RESEARCH

Look up your water source — we’ve found that in most cases, a Google search should suffice — and plot the route you'll take to or near your water source.

03

REFLECT

Leading up to the run, take a moment to pause each time you turn on the faucet and think about the journey that water travels to reach your tap.

04

RUN + SHARE

Run your route and share it on Instagram through videos, photos, or Strava routes. Tag @runjanji and use #FollowtheH2O to chart journeys across the globe.





How to Participate


01

SIGN UP

Register and commit to run to or near your local water source between June 17~30. Run it solo or sign up with a group. (All sign-up fees will be donated to Isla Urbana, one of our nonprofit water partners)



02

RESEARCH

Look up your water source — we’ve found that in most cases, a Google search should suffice — and plot the route you'll take to or near your water source.



03

REFLECT

Leading up to the run, take a moment to pause each time you turn on the faucet and think about the journey that water travels to reach your tap.



04

RUN + SHARE

Run your route and share it on Instagram through videos, photos, or Strava routes. Tag @runjanji and use #FollowtheH2O to chart journeys across the globe.




Register Here


1. Click the "Register + Donate Now" button to the right

2. Select your donation amount
(Full donation amount goes to our water partner Isla Urbana)

3. Check out in your cart

4. Get ready for your run!








Why Follow the H2O?


Water is a source of life and a human right. We fundamentally believe this and while it's our promise to expand access to safe drinking water through our 2% give-back from every Janji purchase, we also are committed to raising awareness. Overconsumption compounded by greater water demand and climate change will continue to strain this vital resource across the globe unless we begin changing our behavior and implementing more sustainable systems. Small changes can have big results when amplified across many.

By taking time to bring awareness to the path water takes from your municipal water supply to your home, we hope to create positive change in the form of knowledge of an often overlooked and forgotten journey (for those of us fortunate to live in places with a municipal water supply) within our everyday physical and mental maps.

All proceeds from the participation fee will be donated to one of our nonprofit water partners, Isla Urbana, specializing in self-sufficient clean water solutions in communities with unreliable, or without any, municipal water infrastructure.








Examples from the Community



Justin



Justin from Montreal made an Instagram story of himself talking about what he found out.



“I did a little homework for the video. The St. Lawrence River turns into the St. Louis Lac. My video was taken where the St. Lawrence ends and the St. Louis begins”

Justin



Justin from Colorado shared a screenshot of his Strava route. He used the EPA’s interactive map to plan his run from local creeks to home.



“The EPA has some good info and a sweet interactive map. It’s pretty cool how most of the paths are based around creeks!”

Malory



Malory from Montana shared an Instagram reel, explaining how glacial runoff becomes city water in Missoula.

Zachary



Zachary from California took some photos from his run, of himself and his water source.



“This is Big River estuary, it’s a protected watershed in CA state parks.”

Bryan



“This was an insightful project. After using the Google tip you offered, I found out that the water source for where I live (Rotonda West, FL) is the Peace River. I headed out to a route near it in Punta Gorda, FL to visit it and go for a short run. Here’s a picture and my Strava map.”

Vanessa



Vanessa from Wyoming took a photo while she was out on a run by her water source.

Kyla



Kyla is on the content team at Janji.



“I'm super excited for the launch of this campaign. To be honest, I hadn't thought much about where my drinking water comes from before this initiative. Creating this little reel definitely got me reflecting on how we can do better.”


Get inspired!


Janji x Aire Libre

Follow the journey of four local runners as they trace the course of Mexico City’s drinking water to its source.











Share + Win!





Share your run on Instagram and/or Strava for a chance to win a $100 Janji gift card for the categories above. Tag @runjanji and use #FollowtheH2O to make sure we see your post!









Our Follow the H2O Water Partner



Water tank at Isla Urbana

Isla Urbana



Isla Urbana is an interdisciplinary group of designers, urbanists, engineers, anthropologists, educators, and artists dedicated to demonstrating how rainwater harvesting is a viable solution for Mexico’s water crisis.


Isla Urbana has designed an environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable rainwater harvesting system that collects and cleans rainwater for households, schools, and health clinics.

As half of Earth’s population now lives in cities, creating sustainable urban systems has the greatest impact on environmental and social issues. To ensure a future with access to clean water—the most vital resource on the planet—innovative water saving technologies must be enacted on a large scale starting today.






Have Questions?
Email kyla@janji.com




Water is a human right — let's run toward a future where that's a reality for everyone
#FollowtheH2O





 





Why Follow the H2O?


Water is a source of life and a human right. We fundamentally believe this and while it's our promise to expand access to safe drinking water through our 2% give-back from every Janji purchase, we also are committed to raising awareness. Overconsumption compounded by greater water demand and climate change will continue to strain this vital resource across the globe unless we begin changing our behavior and implementing more sustainable systems. Small changes can have big results when amplified across many.

By taking time to bring awareness to the path water takes from your municipal water supply to your home, we hope to create positive change in the form of knowledge of an often overlooked and forgotten journey (for those of us fortunate to live in places with a municipal water supply) within our everyday physical and mental maps.

All proceeds from the participation fee will be donated to one of our nonprofit water partners, Isla Urbana, specializing in self-sufficient clean water solutions in communities with unreliable, or without any, municipal water infrastructure.






Examples from the Community



Justin


Justin from Montreal made an Instagram story of himself talking about what he found out.


“I did a little homework for the video. The St. Lawrence River turns into the St. Louis Lac. My video was taken where the St. Lawrence ends and the St. Louis begins”





Justin


Justin from Colorado shared a screenshot of his Strava route. He used the EPA’s interactive map to plan his run from local creeks to home.


“The EPA has some good info and a sweet interactive map. It’s pretty cool how most of the paths are based around creeks!”




Malory


Malory from Montana shared an Instagram reel, explaining how glacial runoff becomes city water in Missoula.





Zachary


Zachary from California took some photos from his run, of himself and his water source.


“This is Big River estuary, it’s a protected watershed in CA state parks.”





Bryan


“This was an insightful project. After using the Google tip you offered, I found out that the water source for where I live (Rotonda West, FL) is the Peace River. I headed out to a route near it in Punta Gorda, FL to visit it and go for a short run. Here’s a picture and my Strava map.”





Vanessa


Vanessa from Wyoming took a photo while she was out on a run by her water source.





Kyla


Kyla is on the content team at Janji.


“I'm super excited for the launch of this campaign. To be honest, I hadn't thought much about where my drinking water comes from before this initiative. Creating this little reel definitely got me reflecting on how we can do better.”





Get inspired!


Janji x Aire Libre
Follow the journey of four local runners as they trace the course of Mexico City’s drinking water to its source.






Share + Win!



Share your run on Instagram and/or Strava for a chance to win a $100 Janji gift card for the categories above. Tag @runjanji and use #FollowtheH2O to make sure we see your post!






Our Follow the H2O Water Partner


Isla Urbana


Water tank at Isla Urbana


Isla Urbana is an interdisciplinary group of designers, urbanists, engineers, anthropologists, educators, and artists dedicated to demonstrating how rainwater harvesting is a viable solution for Mexico’s water crisis.


Isla Urbana has designed an environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable rainwater harvesting system that collects and cleans rainwater for households, schools, and health clinics.


As half of Earth’s population now lives in cities, creating sustainable urban systems has the greatest impact on environmental and social issues. To ensure a future with access to clean water—the most vital resource on the planet—innovative water saving technologies must be enacted on a large scale starting today.








Have Questions?
Email kyla@janji.com




Water is a human right — let's run toward a future where that's a reality for everyone
#FollowtheH2O