2023 Summer Tour Beneficiaries
We’re proud to be hosting these incredible organizations on tour this Summer. 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!
7/11 Huntsville, AL – 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.
7/12 Huntsville, AL – WaterWheel General Fund
7/14 Alpharetta, GA – Pet Buddies
A 100% volunteer based organization, Pet Buddies’ mission is to decrease the number of animals entering local animal shelters due to hard financial times. They do this by offering pet food assistance, spay/neuter, emergency vet care, and supplies to low income, seniors, veterans, disabled, and homeless with pets.
7/15 Alpharetta, GA – WaterWheel General Fund
7/16 Alpharetta, GA – The Drake House
The Drake House works to respond to the growing number of single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness in North Fulton. They involve members of the community in the effort to keep families united under one roof as they work toward self-sufficiency.
7/18 Wilmington, NC – Cape Fear River Watch
The Cape Fear River watershed is the largest in North Carolina, covering over 9,100 square miles of the U.S. in east central North Carolina. Cape Fear River Watch’s mission is to protect and improve the water quality of the Cape Fear River Basin for all people through education, advocacy and action.
7/19 Wilmington, NC – WaterWheel General Fund
7/21 Burgettstown, PA – UpstreamPgh
UpstreamPgh works to identify smart solutions for the environment that help people live better lives. With a heritage of restoration and stewardship of the Nine Mile Run Watershed, and strong leadership in stormwater management, their actions are rooted in the belief that a healthy ecology is the cornerstone of a healthy community.
7/22 Burgettstown, PA – Three Rivers Waterkeeper
Three Rivers Waterkeeper’s mission is to protect the water quality of the Monongahela, Allegheny, and Ohio Rivers, and their respective watersheds. These waterways are critical to the health, vitality, and economic prosperity of the region and communities.
7/23 Syracuse, NY – Alliance for a Green Economy
Alliance for a Green Economy (AGREE) works for safe, affordable energy and the development of a green economy in New York State. Their goal is a prosperous, safe, and healthy New York, fulfilling the promise of conservation, energy efficiency, and safe, clean renewable energy sources to end the state’s reliance on wasteful and environmentally destructive forms of energy.
7/25 Philadelphia, PA – WaterWheel General Fund
7/26 Philadelphia, PA – WaterWheel General Fund
7/28 New York, NY – HeadCount
HeadCount is a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy. They reach young people and music fans where they already are – at concerts and online – to inform and empower.
7/29 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/30 New York, NY – Edible Schoolyard NYC
Edible Schoolyard NYC’s mission is to support edible education for every child in New York City. They partner with New York City public schools to cultivate healthy students and communities through hands-on cooking and gardening education, transforming children’s relationship with food.
8/1 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
8/2 New York, NY – Food and Water Watch
Food & Water Watch fights for safe food, clean water, and a livable climate for all of us. They protect people from the corporations and other destructive economic interests that put profit ahead of everything else.
8/4 New York, NY – Hunger Free America
Hunger Free America is a nonpartisan, national nonprofit group working to enact the policies and programs needed to end domestic hunger and ensure that all Americans have sufficient access to nutritious food.
8/5 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
8/25 Saratoga Springs, NY – 2023 Flood Recovery Fund
8/26 Saratoga Springs, NY – 2023 Flood Recovery Fund
8/31 Commerce City, CO – Conscious Alliance
Conscious Alliance is a national nonprofit based in Boulder, CO that brings healthy food into underserved communities, feeding kids and families who need it most. Their work empowers young people to get involved by mixing passion for music with opportunities to make a positive impact.
9/1 Commerce City, CO – WaterWheel General Fund
9/2 Commerce City, CO – Music Is A Language
Music is a Language is a Colorado based nonprofit dedicated to music education by providing funding to underserved youth and schools locally, with a global vision.
9/3 Commerce City, CO – WaterWheel General Fund
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