Matt Damon and Stella Artois Give 'the Gift of Time' to Water-Carrying Women

This is the sixth year that they have teamed up to drive funds to deliver clean water

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Women in developing countries still walk miles each day to find clean drinking water for themselves and their families. “Give the gift of time in the life of Artois,” states Oscar-winner Matt Damon as he raises a chalice—a symbol of the Anheuser-Busch beer brand’s partnership with his charity Water.org to help provide for such women—to toast the Christmas celebration taking place over his shoulder.

The 30-second film from Mother London, which features Damon at both the beginning and the end attending a Christmas party, hears him narrate a hand-painted animation that explains how women still walk to collect water in developing countries, and how through his charity water.org,

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