BENEFITING: COAL RIVER MOUNTAIN WATCH
This last February, a storage tank containing chemicals used to clean coal dumped it's contents into the Elk River in West Virginia.
The spill rendered the drain drinking water undrinkable, and not fit for human consumption.
Subsequently, a spill of coal ash further polluted the river system with dangerous chemicals.
While this is considered old news for most of us, the folks in rural West Virginia continue to live with the effects. Many have become Ill from the water, and even now are unable to drink water from the faucet.
Our objective is to help these folks with a supply of fresh water for everyday use. All donations go directly to the Coal Mountain Relief Fund, which uses the money to assist thoes in need of fresh, drinkable water.
Fresh water is life. Please donate if you can.