Community Water Center

Community-driven water solutions through organizing, education, and advocacy

10 Years Strong and Moving Forward

We had so much fun sharing stories and dancing with many of you at our 10-Year Anniversary party last week! Check out our photo album in case you missed it or to relive the excitement!

DSC_0155.jpgAt our event 10 Years Strong and Moving Forward, community partners, allies, agency officials, local elected officials and our extended CWC familia came together to celebrate how far we've come as a water justice movement. Speakers included Lucy Hernandez of West Goshen; Tomas Garcia of East Porterville; Gita Kapahi, Director of Public Participation at the State Water Resources Control Board; Arsenio Mataka, Assistant Secretary for Environmental Justice and Tribal Affairs at CalEPA; and CWC's Board President Genoveva Islas-Hooker. Thank you to our speakers, sponsors, and everyone who came out to celebrate with us! 

We've come a long way as a water justice movement, but we still have our work cut out for us. If you would like to further support CWC, please consider making a one-time donation or becoming a monthly donor. Donate today to support the movement for water justice!

Here's to another ten years of la lucha for safe, clean and affordable water!


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Special thank you to our sponsors! Community Water Champion: The California EndowmentCommunity Water Star: Environmental Defense Fund; Community Water Friends: AGUA Coalition; Barbara Kidd Accounting; Byers Accountancy Corp.; California Coastal Protection Network; Carollo Engineers; Environment Now; The Nature Conservancy; Natural Resources Defense Council; Ortega Strategies Group; Rural Community Assistance Corporation; Self-Help Enterprises; Community Water Ambassadors: Clean Water Action; Restore Hetch Hetchy; Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; Community Water Sponsors: Center on Race, Poverty and the Environment;  League of Women Voters for Tulare County

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