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Maji Water Bottles Drink Different Thu, 26 Jul 2012 15:06:53 +0000 en hourly 1 World Water Day Thu, 22 Mar 2012 04:31:38 +0000 atraut March 22nd is World Water Day, and what better way to celebrate than with a Maji product. In an effort to continue to help solving the worlds water crisis, Maji will be hosting an event at Boston College from 5:00PM to 7:00PM in the Higgins atrium as part of the UGBC Green Week.

To commemorate the day Maji will be unveiling a new limited edition white bottle as well as a collaborative Simply SEA hat featuring a Maji logo. With these new products, we hope to spread the word not only about Maji, but World Water Day.

UGBC, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College has purchased 85 bottles and will be distributing them to help promote sustainability on the Boston College campus.

The day isn’t about Boston College though; it’s about the worldwide water crisis. We’re proud to say that our message has been spread to over 10 college campuses and to supporters around the country. Thanks to all who have supported and will continue to support us. Drink Different.


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BCVC Finals – April 11, 2012 Mon, 19 Mar 2012 17:28:40 +0000 atraut Below are two articles highlighting the five finalists, Maji included, for the 2012 BCVC competition.  The final round will be held on April 11, 2012 at Boston College, and the winning team will receive $10,000!

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Campus Spotlight: Allie Ware makes a splash at the University of Richmond Thu, 16 Feb 2012 02:36:02 +0000 adesome When I first began spreading the Maji video across the interwebs, I received an outpouring of support from friends and family.  I expected that.  They are, of course, friends and family.  What I did not expect was a wave of support from people who I had never met before.

The very first of these unexpected encounters was with Allie Ware, a student from my hometown of Milton, GA who currently attends the University of Richmond.  Allie spent the past summer in Tanzania, spending time with the local Maasai people before embarking on a trek to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.  During her time there, Allie experienced first-hand the struggle the local people faced in obtaining clean drinking water.  She told me stories of children tugging at her water bottle, begging “Maji, Maji.”  For Allie, the water crisis isn’t some far away problem.  She’s seen it.  She’s lived it.

So when Allie saw our video, she immediately contacted me to learn more.  Within minutes, I knew she had to be a part of our team.  Allie is now the pioneer of the Maji brand at the University of Richmond as a member of our Social Entrepreneurship program, and her first-hand experiences with the water crisis shines through in all of her work with Maji Bottles.  Allie has a burning passion to do good in the world.  Selling water bottles is just a front for Allie’s real mission: to give clean Maji to those those Maasai children.

To read more about Allie’s incredible story, check out this article from the University of Richmond newspaper.

To learn more about how you can become a member of our Social Entrepreneurship Program, shoot us an email at


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Maji in the News Tue, 31 Jan 2012 05:12:34 +0000 atraut The independent student newspaper of Boston College, The Heights, recently featured Maji Bottles and founder Max Ade on the front page highlighting the value of social entrepreneurship on college campuses.

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Welcome to the Maji Blog Mon, 30 Jan 2012 00:55:29 +0000 adesome Welcome to the official blog of the Maji Bottle. This will be the number one resource for news, updates, feature articles and other content related to drinking differently. We also encourage you to connect with us through and to help create ideas for content and tell us what types of things that you would like to see on the Maji Blog in the future.

In Swahili, Maji means water. To us, Maji means water for everyone. For every 5 Maji bottles sold, we provide someone access to clean drinking water for life. Feel great about every sip you take from your Maji Bottle because someone, somewhere is doing the same thing because of you.

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