As all of our followers will know, we’re big fans of H2O. Water can do wonders for kids and grownups of all ages, helping us do everything from concentrate to lose weight. That’s why we’re especially pleased to be an official supporter of Nutrition and Hydration Week 2016.

A new initiative designed to promote awareness about nutrition and hydration, the event is being supported by innovative and hardworking organisations from around the world. If you’re interested in Nutrition and Hydration, or want to get involved with the event yourself, keep reading to find out more.

 

Nutrition and Hydration Week 2016

Taking place from the 14th to the 20th March 2016, Nutrition and Hydration Week is part of global initiative designed to “reinforce and focus energy, activity and engagement on nutrition and hydration”.

By working with organisations around the world, the people behind the event hope to raise awareness about the importance of nutrition and hydration, especially in health and social care settings. As well as helping to educate organisations and individuals about the benefits of good hydration and nutrition, the event’s organisers also want support organisations that provide access to water and nutritional food through a range of educational and fundraising activities.

Events will be taking place across the country throughout the week, with hospitals, health centres and community groups from Nottingham to Sussex all getting involved.

Fish Hydration 

As our main goal is to improve access to drinking water for kids across the country, the mission statement of Nutrition and Hydration Week compliments our work perfectly. By helping the event go with a bang, we hope to make even more people aware of the benefits of water and encourage more and more schools across the country to install their very own hydration stations.

Getting involved

If you or your organisation wants to help Nutrition and Hydration Week to be an even bigger success and reach an even wider audience, there are loads of ways to get involved. If you’re active on Twitter, @NHWeek will be tweeting about events taking place throughout the week.

You can also pledge your support via Facebook and if you’re running or attending an event, you can upload pictures direct to social media.

 

To find out more about the work Fish Hydration do, or to arrange for a hydration station to be installed in your school, get in touch with a member of our team today.