Now we see more of how this foolishness came to be. Just imagining the dialogue they had before taking the photo. pic.twitter.com/KHSiHjBMZ3
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) January 23, 2016
In the meantime, there are several organizations accepting monetary donations and bottled water:
Flint Water Response Team has a list of resources available for Flint residents and places where you can donate and sign-up to volunteer.
Flint Water Fund is accepting donations to help purchase water filters and bottled water.
Flint Child Health & Development Fund will “support the delivery of critical public health, medical, and community-based services and interventions” to help children in the city who were exposed to lead in the drinking water, according to its website.
Catholic Charities of Genesee County is accepting water filters, bottled water, and donations.
The American Red Cross has volunteers distributing water testing kits, water filters and bottled water at several locations.
Team Impact Your World will continue to follow this story and update with any additional ways you can help.