Sag Harbor Teen Creates Bottled Water Brand To Benefit Local Charities – Sag Harbor

Hamptons Fresh is the latest bottled water to hit the East End—and it does a lot more than quench a parched beachgoers thirst.

Each 17-ounce bottle, sold for $1.50, helps benefit local East Hampton charities such as The Retreat, Paddle for Pink, and the Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry. And it’s all thanks to soon-to-be Loomis Chaffee School senior Adam Jannetti. In just two weeks, he has raised nearly $800, which he divided among the three organizations on Thursday.

The 17-year-old Sag Harbor resident was inspired by his mother’s devotion to the East End community and decided that he too wanted to make a difference. Adam’s mother, Ellie Kurrus, is vice president of development at The Retreat—a Bridgehampton nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide safety, shelter and support for victims of domestic abuse.

Source: Sag Harbor Teen Creates Bottled Water Brand To Benefit Local Charities – Sag Harbor

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