Beyonce Celebrates World Water Day by Helping Others

March 22, 2018

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On World Water Day (March 22), Beyonce is partnering with Gucci and Chime for Change in support of her BEYGOOD4BURUNDI initiative with UNICEF.

The global superstar is helping others by bringing safe drinking water to the children of the East African nation while preventing water-borne diseases.

The girls of Burundi have to walk far distances in order to receive water and Queen Bey is trying to bring them justice. According to People, "the project will help support UNICEF's goal to build 80 more wells and give 120,000 more people access to clean water."

World Water Day is an annual observance that highlights the importance of freshwater. It is also used to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

At Entercom, we are committed to protecting the environment. In fact, we believe in the power of 1THING. If everyone would do one thing to improve the environment every day, our world would be a better place to live in for generations to come.

We recently caught up with some of the biggest stars to ask them what they're doing to protect our oceans. Artists including Rachel Platten to Liam Payne and even Brett Eldredge shared their 1Thing in the video below: