Areas and people groups all over the world currently need some form of help. Here at Knack Fab, we are not trying to build a company to better our own way of life or build an empire. We are honestly just fulfilling our passion by doing what we love to do and trying do what we can to make the world a better place for people in need.


Many outlets of hope for the less fortunate exist that we feel drawn to and we have made a commitment to one in particular. At the present 5% of all sales taken in by Knack Fab is donated to a non-profit organization called Hydrating Humanity.  We are expecting to be able to raise that percentage to 10% in the coming year as we concentrate more of our profits towards donating and trying to make an impact.   Below is the description from their website.  Click on the logo to be re-directed to their site for more information.

"Hydrating Humanity is a charitable organization whose core mission is to solve the global water crisis and to see the world’s poorest areas realize lasting transformation at every level; economically, socially, relationally, spiritually and in physical health. We believe the most impactful spearhead into these communities is drinking water projects and hygiene education. Our mission is to end the water crisis by developing projects that will provide safe clean drinking water for people who do not have access to it. Improved water quality and hygiene training empower our vision to eradicate the water-borne disease crisis, save lives, love people, build relationships and partner with others for lasting sustainability.

We currently work in Kenya and Tanzania where the current global water crisis is felt the hardest. Our goal of providing safe drinking water for people in developing nations begins with digging wells and teaching hygiene in the schools.

We have made tremendous progress in the Kuria District in southern Kenya completing over 150 clean water projects in a 350 sq. mile region. A new strategy for 2012-13 has became abundantly clear; to have lasting impact we have to reach the children. The best way to do that is to align our clean water projects and hygiene education strategy to impact every school and orphanage in the region.

Improving the quality of drinking water in schools means that children will be able to attend school regularly. Waterborne disease is the number one reason for missed classes. Having a presence in the schools allows our hygiene curriculum to be taught regularly insuring that all of the children in this region are reached simultaneously. To change a culture, all we have to do is reach the children. Our long-term plan is to help provide safe water for people of all ages in Kuria, and that begins with improving the water quality in the schools. The vision has never been clearer."