The West Atlanta Watershed Alliance (WAWA) has been chosen as one of six finalists to receive a $30,000 national watershed grant from the River Network, a national non-profit working to improve the health of rivers and watersheds.
But, we NEED your VOTE online to win, and this is the LAST Day to be counted!
Vote for WAWA to receive the $30K grant at www.rivernetwork.org/2011-millercoors-watershed-grants-contest .
1) Go to the link above
2) Enter your e-mail address and your state
3) Select "West Atlanta Watershed Alliance"
4) Click on Vote!
WAWA will use the grant funds to engage low-income West Atlanta residents in water conservation initiatives to help them realize a cost savings for their water bills, and to conduct water quality monitoring, and creek clean-up/watershed restoration projects in some of the poorest and most polluted Atlanta neighborhoods.
WAWA is a community-based non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life within the West Atlanta Watershed by protecting, preserving and restoring the community’s natural resources. WAWA represents African American neighborhoods in Northwest and Southwest Atlanta that are most inundated with environmental stressors, but are often least represented at environmental decision-making tables.
Voting closes at 8:00 pm EST on Sunday, March 20, 2011. But why wait? DO IT NOW! Please pass this on!
Thanks for your help!
The WAWA Team