Rural Community Assistance Corporation’s (RCAC) work to install water bottle filling stations and point-of-use filters in Arvin, California, through the Agua4All program was featured on Valley Public Radio today
RCAC joined a drinking water advocate coalition to ask California lawmakers for more funding to support small disadvantaged water systems and to provide access to safe drinking water for schools.
During an Assembly Budget Committee No. 3 Resources and Transportation meeting, RCAC CEO Stanley Keasling noted that the drinking water advocates group has proposed a $56 million budget package to advance the human right to water in California.
Until a crisis occurs like the lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan, most Americans don’t think much about where their water comes from or if it’s safe.
Please consider joining our growing coalition that includes Rural Community Assistance Corporation, Community Water Center, Self-Help Enterprises, Leadership Counsel, . . .
Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) received a $25,000 grant this week from the Union Bank Foundation to support Agua4All, an initiative that increases access to and consumption of safe drinking water in rural California communities.