Spring 2022 Tour Beneficiaries

We’re honored to host these amazing organizations on tour this Spring. Stop by the WaterWheel tables to make a donation in person or donate to the Touring Division online by clicking the button below. We’ll be updating this list as the tour progresses – keep checking back for updates!

5/27 Orange Beach, AL – Mobile Baykeeper

Mobile Baykeeper advocates for the Mobile Bay Watershed and Coastal Alabama, protecting clean water, clean air, and healthy communities. The Mobile Bay Watershed encompasses 65% of the land area for the state of Alabama, including parts of Mississippi, Georgia, and Tennessee. It is a vast network of over 250 separate waterways, including rivers, bays, creeks, bayous, lakes, cutoffs, branches, and sloughs. It includes the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the continent, known as “North America’s Amazon.” Mobile Bay opens into the Gulf of Mexico, whose sugar sand beaches attract thousands of tourists every year. A healthy watershed ensures a growing and vibrant community, a high quality of life, and a resilient economy. Mobile Baykeeper exists to protect it.

5/28 Orange Beach, AL – Choctawhatchee Riverkeeper

The Choctawhatchee Riverkeeper (CRK) mission is to protect and restore the ecological health of the Choctawhatchee River, its tributaries and the surrounding terrestrial systems that constitute the watershed. CRK and its members work to accomplish the mission independently and in cooperation with individuals, institutions, organizations and agencies using a watershed approach to guarantee clean water, healthy aquatic ecosystems, and public access to and enjoyment of the recreational and aesthetic values of the river.

5/29 Orange Beach, AL – WaterWheel General Fund

5/31 Charleston, SC – IPLAY

IPLAY’s mission is to empower, create and provide individuals positive experiences through music. We strive to produce high quality affordable entertainment while offering quality music lesson to the youth in a way that promotes literacy. We believe that music is a way of life, and everyone should have a space to perfect their musical craft.

6/1 Charleston, SC – WaterWheel General Fund

6/3 Noblesville, IN – Indy Book Project

All children deserve to have books in their homes. Indy Book Project provides books to families through relationships with nonprofits, neighborhood centers, schools, and teachers. We’re on a mission to ensure all children in the Indianapolis area have access to books. We collect books from the community, then sort, box, and get them right back into the hands of children who need them most. 

6/4 Noblesville, IN – WaterWheel General Fund

6/5 Noblesville, IN – WaterWheel General Fund

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