Relief for Flint,Michigan

Photo Credit- Ken Lund via Visual Hunt

Photo Credit- Ken Lund via Visual Hunt

Flint, Michigan can be considered an oppressed part of the US due to the occurring unprecedented water crisis. If we shed light on the water history of Flint, just for the sake of bringing improvements in the economy, certain progress yet harming measures were taken by the government.

Those measures were entirely linked with the concept of reducing the quality of water by adding certain harmful chemicals into it. Soon after, Flint was faced with adverse conditions and everything turned upside down. Now Flints' community is looking for a way out and below stated are certain steps, which can facilitate us in helping them.

Flint drinking water pipes which show iron corrosion and rust  Photo Credit Min Tang & Kelsey Pieper

Flint drinking water pipes which show iron corrosion and rust

Photo Credit Min Tang & Kelsey Pieper

  • Helping Researchers Carrying out their Research:

Researchers play a significant role in making people informed about what’s happening around the world. The one research organization, which is highly known for its services, is the Flint Water study that is putting immense efforts for bringing change in the society. You can help them out by simply supporting their cause or even donating to it through their official website.

  • Donate Cash and Clean Water Directly to Flint people:

You can help the people of Flint by directly donating money to them as well.  If you are unable to donate money then, what could be better than donating clean water to them? Clean water and money would help people in getting basic necessities of life.

  • Can’t Donate Money? Help Government in Identifying people:

If you know people who are living in Flint and would need your help inform the government about them and help the government in identifying them so that they can get adequate help at the right time.

There is certainly no doubt in the fact that Flint needs our help because they are struggling with their survival.

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