The following is an excerpt from an article posted in the WDIV ClickOnDetroit in April 2019:
“People can donate water, money, time to help victims
FLINT, Mich. – There are still people who need help because of the Flint water crisis.
The Flint Registry encourages people in the city to enroll if they’ve been affected by the water crisis. It’s a way for residents to find services and resources.
You can donate water, make a monetary donation and volunteer for the Red Cross.
Click here to visit where, thanks to Flint city officials.
The website, Flint Cares, was created out of the Flint Water Recovery group to provide residents with accurate and trustworthy information.
Flint Cares has collected a list of organizations involved in partnership to which you can donate:
For a better description of what each organization does, click here and read the “What We Do” Tab.
- Adventist Community Services
- AARP Foundation
- American Red Cross
- Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services
- Catholic Charities
- The Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan and Episcopal Relief and Development are partnering with the following sites:
- St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
- St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and soup kitchen
- Christ Enrichment Center
- Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministries
- Communication Access Center
- Community Foundation of Greater Flint
- Community Resolution Center
- Family Service Agency of Mid Michigan
- Crossing Water
- The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
- The Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce
- Flint Community Schools
- Flint Neighborhoods United
- Food Bank of Eastern Michigan
- Genesee County Hispanic Latino Collaborative
- Genesee County Health Department
- Mormon Helping Hands
- Genesee Intermediate School District
- Genesee Health System
- Greater Flint Health Coalition
- Hamilton Community Health Network
- Hurley Medical Center
- Islamic Relief USA
- .. “
Read the full post on WDIV ClickOnDetroit