T'is the Season for Giving

December 01, 2011 1 min read

We at Highwater Filters feel strongly about helping those in need during these hard economic times. The holiday season can be especially difficult for those who are out of work, or homeless. 5% of all purchases during the month of December at Highwater Filters will be donated to food banks. If you know of a particular food bank that you'd like to suggest, please send us an email (info@highwaterfilters.com), or comment below.

Announcing our Holiday Store-wide Sale! 

Two weeks only. Everything at Highwater Filters is on sale during the first two weeks of December. So not only will you be helping hungry families this holiday season, but you will enjoy some phenomenal deals during this limited sale. Please consider supporting local businesses during the holidays.

Stay safe!

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