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Humanity First USA donating water to Flint residents and you can help

Humanity First USA (HFUSA) has partnered with the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of the Detroit Metropolitan area and doubled last’s week donation of 52,400 to 104,800 bottles of water for the Flint Water Crisis.

Water was delivered to the city of Flint, two senior citizen homes, a local YMCA, 3 churches, and to the Flint general public in need.

At the Salem Lutheran Church cars lined up down the street full of families in need of clean water.

The Mayor of Rochester Hills where Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is located, Honorable Bryan Barnett, was also present when HFUSA volunteers left Rochester Hills to make water deliveries.

When asked about his thoughts about HFUSA’s donation, he stated he was “Honored to support the Humanity First USA team as they loaded 100,000+ water bottles from Rochester Hills for the Flint Water Crisis.”

Also joining the Mayor in support of HFUSA’s Flint Water Crisis relief effort were City Council members Dale Hetrick and Susan Bowyer.

Humanity First USA (HFUSA) is continuing to accept water donations locally in Rochester Hills, Troy, as well as the Detroit Metropolitan area accepting donations daily from 7 – 10 pm at Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, 1730 W. Auburn Rd, Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

For additional info on what HFUSA is doing for the Flint Water Crisis or to make monetary donations, please go to https://fundraise.humanityfirst.org/rochester-hills/events/flint-mi-water-crisis/e69067

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