Fabian, Sarah, Valentin, Ariella and Tranquillo can finally go back to the restaurant and they engage themselves pro bono for our campaign around the reopening of the gastronomy. Some of them are already long-time WfW patrons - a matter of honor that they now carry the message of WATER FOR WATER (WfW) to the public. The same applies to the photographer Herbert Zimmermann, who photographed the athletes in his usual atmospheric manner. Without this valuable support from our network, such a campaign would not be financially feasible for WfW.
Valentin, Sarah, Tranquillo and other athletes show how it’s done: Visit your favourite WfW partner restaurant and support the gastronomy and WfW. We look forward to seeing your picture with the hashtag #SupportWfW!
After one year of school closures due to Corona, WfW is currently contributing to the fact that more than 95,000 children in 50 elementary schools in Maputo are again receiving contact teaching. Support us so that many more projects like this will be possible!
Ariella Kaeslin – now in Lucerne
Vice world champion and European champion in artistic gymnastics, physiotherapist & tap water drinker
Ariella knows from her own experience that health cannot be taken for granted. She is therefore working with WfW to ensure that people stay healthy thanks to clean water.
Fabian Lustenberger – now in Bern
Professional football player, father & tap water drinker
As YB captain, Fabian takes responsibility. He does the same in his commitment to WfW: As a supporter and friend of our organization, he is committed to a climate-friendly approach to water.
Valentin Stocker – now in Basel
Professional football player, animal friend & tap water drinker
A hat-trick for Valentin: visit the favourite restaurant, drink tap water and thus make clean water possible - a matter of course for him as a long-time WfW patron.
Tranquillo Barnetta – now in St. Gallen
Ex-football player of the Swiss National team, father & tap water drinker
After being a safe value in the Swiss national football team for many years, he now promotes the value of safe water and sanitation in Zambia and Mozambique.
Sarah Akanji – now in Zurich and Winterthur
Co-founder of the first women's team of FC Winterthur, politician and tap water drinker
Equal opportunities are important for Sarah: both on the football pitch in Switzerland and in vocational training and water supply in Zambia.
In addition to the athletes and the photographer, we would also like to thank the team of the restaurant Drei Könige in Lucerne, which generously made their location available to us for the campaign shootings and has supported WfW as a GASTRO partner for years. We would also like to thank ALIVE Media, Nau.ch, Modul and Passive Attack for their cooperation, as well as all the other dedicated contributors who worked so hard on the campaign.