Natural spring water company Icelandic Glacial announced on Monday that it will partner with actor Ben Stiller’s Stiller Foundation and musician Cher to help with hurricane relief efforts. The partnership will donate more than 600,000 water bottles to people in Puerto Rico and in the U.S. Virgin Islands who were affected by hurricanes.

“This tragedy has had a devastating impact on the communities, and water is one of the most basic needs to get everyone back on their feet,” said Jon Olafsson, Chairman and Co-Founder of Icelandic Glacial, in a statement.

This is not the first time Icelandic Glacial, which bottles premium water at the source from Iceland’s legendary Ölfus Spring, has helped victims in need. Icelandic Glacial was one of the first major companies on the scene to donate water to Haiti relief in 2010 and to Canada’s McMurray fire disaster in May 2016.

“With the assistance of Ben and Cher and the incredible reach of their voices, we hope that our water will not only reach the families in need, but also raise awareness for continued support from around the country,” CEO Reza Mirza said in a statement.

The water donation is slated to arrive in October.

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