On Tuesday 8.30, 150,000 residents of Jackson, Mississippi were left without running water.
Jackson's water system serves a population that is made up of more than 80% Black residents. It's been up to the community to step in and work together to find access to clean water.
Join us in supporting the community.
Twin Forks Rising
A non-profit that has arranged distribution of clean water. Drop-off is available at Twin Forks, 601 East Pine St. from 9am - 5pm 9.1 and 9.2, continuing again on Monday 9.5.
City of Greenville
Mayor Errick Simmons has organized a water drive, available now through September 15th in Greenville, MS. Drop-off is available at Greenville fire stations 1, 2, and 5.
532 Central St.
623 East Union St.
2337 East Alexander St.
Companies and organizations are encouraged to have pallets of water delivered by contacting Cooperation Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 601-355-7224 to deliver pallets of water.
Monetary donations are also being accepted to have Cooperation Jackson step in and do the ground work supplying residents of Jackson with clean water. You can donate by visiting cooperationjackson.org/donate.