No one should have to fight a corporation for a drink of clean water. But one tiny town is about to go bankrupt for defending their right to clean water.
It's a story that’s far too common. Communities from Michigan to California have had to battle Nestle's attempts to make massive profits by bottling the local water source -- even in the midst of droughts and wildfires.
But when a corporation threatens a community's right to water, SumOfUs members like you take action. Just last year, thousands of members like you helped the township of Osceola, Michigan avoid bankruptcy by raising over $50,000 to fight off a lawsuit from Nestlé for trying to protect their water. That’s truly incredible.
That’s why the tiny town of Stanley, Australia is urgently asking for your help. This 400-person town is taking on a multi-billion dollar beverage company that’s been selling the town’s only source of fresh water.
The town is rapidly running out of money and needs your help to continue this fight until they can kick this greedy company out for good.
Can you chip in now before this tiny town is forced to go bankrupt?