Lenny Kravitz Lends Support to the UNICEF Tap Project

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There are many places in the world were children can die from drinking water. In fact, Waterborne illnesses are the second leading cause of preventable childhood deaths in the world'??killing nearly 4,000 children every day. Although is this devastating, there is also something we can do to help with the award-winning UNICEF Tap Project.

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Through this project, thousands of volunteers, restaurants, partners and individuals across the nation can help provide the world'??s children with safe, clean water. During World Water Week, March 19-25, dining patrons can pay $1 or more for the tap water they usually enjoy for free at participating restaurants. With $1, UNICEF can provide a child with access to clean, safe water for 40 days.

To help get the word out, Lenny Kravitz -- GRAMMY award-winning singer-songwriter, record producer and actor '?? is lending his support for The UNICEF Tap Project. Kravitz'??s participation in The UNICEF Tap Project is part of a larger global effort by UNICEF to improve the lives of millions of children and their families around the world through water, sanitation and hygiene programs.

Giorgio Armani Fragrances is also returning as National Sponsor through Acqua for Life, its campaign to raise awareness and funds to help UNICEF improve access to safe, clean water for children worldwide. From March 1-31, Giorgio Armani Fragrances will donate $1 to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF for each Acqua di Giò for Men and Acqua di Gioia for Women spray cologne or gift set purchased in the U.S. and $1 for the first 100,000 people who '??like'? the Acqua for Life page on Facebook. New this year, for each 10 ml Acqua di Gioia Rollerball eau de parfum purchased in the U.S., the company will donate 100 percent of the retail sales price -- up to $15 per item -- to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF from March 1-31 at retailers nationwide.

Supporters can learn more about UNICEF Tap Project by visiting www.uniceftapproject.org.

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