Tap the Flow 24 and WaterNow have collaborated to create a campaign that combines powerful music, art and sustainability to inspire meaningful action.
100 % of your generous donations will directly support this project. We will be able to purchase all required materials and operations needed, and you have the opportunity to purchase this exclusive music piece and limited edition art pieces as a statement of our gratitude for helping us.
We are partnering with Little Big Medicine, and the Diné community in Wheatfields, AZ to provide clean water access.
WaterNow will be installing rainwater catchment, improving the community kitchen, adding water filtration for the community to enhance quality of love for over 1,000 people.
In this Navajo (Diné) Nation community in Wheatfields Lake, Arizona, approximately 1000 people experience poor quality drinking water. There’s an abundance of water rights and a rich cultural history,
yet a lack of water flow which has caused lake reservoirs to dry up. Contaminants have resulted in illnesses that have been reported in the community. Help us help this strong, beautiful community with clean drinking water!
– Partnering with Little Big Medicine & Tap the Flow 24
for a new clean water system to provide running water and a water well to the community.
– WaterNow plans to travel as a team to Wheatfields Lake, AZ in 2018.
– Install Rainwater catchment system
– New water station, piping, and plumbing to homes.
– Educate the local community on sustaining and maintaining the system.
– Number of homes with water access due to our implemented solutions.
– Document the increase in water flow measured in gallons per minute (GPM).
– Record number of gallons of water consumed or used in each home.
– Utilize water testing kits to measure contaminants and bacteria in the water
– Collect feedback from community members based on water quality and health Document number of jobs created within the community via this project.
With these donated funds, WaterNow will purchase rainwater catchment tanks, piping, water filters and materials. We will employ local labor and source local materials. We’ve met with President of Little Big Medicine Inc., Danny John and his wife Levina John on numerous occasions at their Sundance ceremony. They feel this project will greatly enhance well-being, health, and morale of the community for generations to come.