2023 Fall Tour Beneficiaries
We’re proud to be hosting these incredible organizations on tour this Fall. Stop by the WaterWheel tables to make a donation in person or donate to the Touring Division online by clicking the Donate button below. We’ll be updating this list as the tour progresses – keep checking back for more!
10/6 Nashville, TN – Harpeth Conservancy
Founded in 1999, Harpeth Conservancy’s mission is to restore and protect clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee. A science-based conservation organization dedicated to clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee, they employ scientific expertise and collaborative relationships to develop, promote, and support broad community stewardship and action.
10/7 Nashville, TN – Tennessee Riverkeeper
Tennessee Riverkeeper’s mission is to protect the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers and their tributaries by enforcing environmental laws and educating the public. The communities of the Cumberland and Tennessee Valleys are all interconnected neighbors upstream and downstream and everyone needs clean water. They advocate for the watershed to ensure that future generations will inherit safe, clean water in their communities.
10/8 Nashville, TN – WaterWheel General Fund
10/10 Dayton, OH – WaterWheel General Fund
10/11 Dayton, OH – K12 Gallery & TEJAS
K12 Gallery & TEJAS (Teen Educational and Joint Adult Studio) is a visual arts center that inspires people of all ages from Miami Valley, OH to imagine, learn, and create art in a unique and encouraging environment through 400 on-site art classes and exhibitions and over 1,000 off-site classes at 15 urban locations.
10/13 Chicago, IL – The Night Ministry
The Night Ministry is a Chicago-based organization whose mission is to provide human connection, housing support, and health care to members of our community who are unhoused or experiencing poverty.
10/14 Chicago, IL – WaterWheel General Fund
10/15 Chicago, IL – Alliance for the Great Lakes
The Alliance for the Great Lakes is a nonpartisan nonprofit working across the region to protect our most precious resource: the fresh, clean, and natural waters of the Great Lakes.
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