BLACK LIVES MATTER - JOIN THE GLOBAL MOVEMENT
Rhonda Summers was told of a need at Linden Lane Senior Apartments where people were struggling to get food. She was one of several volunteers who came out Tuesday afternoon to help unload and distribute approximately 7k pounds of food. read more
Sandy Brown envisioned a two-day event with a 60-person choir, reflections and hundreds of people gathering to celebrate the lives of her husband and son after they died from coronavirus. read more
Rest In Peace Nathel Burtley. read more
Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced that the Water Payment Assistance Fund will use Community Development Block Grant dollars to aid with people’s water bill.
Flint’s most vulnerable residents will have water delivered to them through a home-delivery program supported by Nestlé Waters North America. read more
A lawsuit filed by the estate of a Flint woman who died of Legionnaires’ disease during the city’s water crisis can go forward against former Gov. Rick Snyder and others, a federal judge has ruled. read more
In 2020 Flint babies are still being bathed with bottled water, and kids are still experiencing outbreaks of rashes due to tap water.
Water in Flint won't be safe until all of the corroded lead pipes have been replaced and the medical community signs off on it. Until that happens, people are still lining up to get water wherever they can.
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Lizzybjammin @liz_ostrom The bastards poisoned our kids. This is a very real picture of a very real 4 yr old Flint water child I'm raising.
9:37 AM - 9 Jan 2020
Margarita @3MC223 This is my Grandson. He just turned 4, and he lives in
#Flint. He has never known what it is like to drink water out of a tap, or brush his teeth and uses bottled water only. I care, and I'm pissed that people have forgotten about the people of Flint, Michigan. #FlintWaterCrisis
3:07 PM - 22 Dec 2019
RVACC is dedicated to the recovery of Flint, Michigan. Here you will find help paying water bills, free bottled water & filters available at Help Centers, free services to make sure Flint homes are lead free, and recycling information.
If you want to help, you can also find ways to volunteer, donate pallets/cases of water, and make monetary donations to the Flint Water Fund at the United Way of Genesee County.
Michigan needs you. Your fellow Americans need you. Help us save lives.
You can make a difference to fight and slow the spread of COVID-19 … to deliver life-saving care to someone suffering and in pain … to deliver hope to the person who feels alone.
All Michiganders can volunteer their compassion and commitment to fighting this virus, and saving health and lives. Your time, talent and donations will have an impact now.
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