Help For Flint Water Collection At Inner State Gallery

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Help For Flint Water Collection At Inner State Gallery
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Help For Flint Water Collection At Inner State Gallery says
Help For Flint is our State's current resource in directly providing Flint residence the clean water they need during this crisis. Inner State Gallery would like to open our doors to accepting resources like donated cases of water from our local Detroit community; who are interested in assisting aid to our neighbors during these difficult winter months. We will be dropping these resourses off at the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan.
Food Bank of Eastern Michigan

Feel free to drop off your donations to Inner State Gallery : 1410 Gratiot Ave. Detroit 48207 during open hours: Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am - 4pm. (313) 744-6505

The following items are acceptable:
- Full cases of commercially packaged water (no loose bottles)
- Commercially sealed gallon (or larger) containers of water
- All containers must have an expiration of at least 6 months in the future

The following items will not be accepted:
- Canned water
- Containers with open/broken seals
- Carbonated water
- Flavored water
- Water past its expiration date

We will be collecting donations thru February 20th 2016

More easy information about donating from :

For those interested in donating money, go to and click on "Donate Now" in upper right, or call the United Way at 810-232-8121, or Community Foundation of Greater Flint at 810-767-8279. The Community Foundation of Greater Flint, the United Way of Genesee County, Hurley Children’s Hospital and Greater Flint Health Coalition have created a fund for Flint residents.

The Salvation Army of Genesee County is also accepting donations to pay for water, filters and to pay delinquent water bills for residents who have received shutoff notifications. To donate: Web:
Via smartphone: Text "WATER" to 91999
Phone: 877-SAL-MICH
Mail: Salvation Army Flint Water Crisis, 211 W. Kearsley, Flint 48502

For more information about Recieving water visit:

Photo Credit : Jake May - The Flint Journal,
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By: Inner State Gallery