Since July 2014, over 4,500 people who believe water is a human right have helped over 1,800 families with their water bills.
Water is a human right. But, the United States has a water affordability problem. In places like Detroit, Baltimore, and other cities, families unable to afford their water bills have their water shut off. When this happens, kids can't bathe, people can't wash dishes, and grandparents can't flush their toilets. The Human Utility is non-profit organization providing help to families and makes sure they always have running water at home.
A mother in Detroit with two hemophiliac boys works to make sure their home remains a clean, safe environment, but water bills make that difficult.Read more
Patricia G., a 57-year-old Detroit resident, was overcome with emotion. She’d just gotten the phone call letting her know The Human Utility paid $750 toward her water bill. Patricia was getting her water turned back on.Read more
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Kind words from a few of over 4,500 water bill donors who believe water is a human right.
Ridiculous! No one should be without water. Water is a divine birthright from Source considering water was here before we got to planet. Help somebody with a water bill via @HumanUtility! Like I did! You should change somebody's life! https://t.co/5OMLxBfUsv @tiffani thank u 🙏🏾— Tamar Lucien 💫 (@TamarLucienBlue) January 29, 2020
Thank you so much for starting @humanutility. I've been proudly donating since the first day I could.— Bret Mogilefsky (@bmogilefsky) October 23, 2019
I just helped somebody with a water bill through The @HumanUtility! You should change somebody's life and do it, too! https://t.co/9fMDpqUz9x via @humanutility— Jodi Jacobson (@jljacobson) August 15, 2019
Please read this and donate with me if you can. This is freaking appalling, among so many appalling things.
Okay next up, I’m going to up my monthly donation to @humanutility which means I’m supporting the work of @tiffani . Anyone want to join me by either upping their monthly donation or making a one time donation to support her work? https://t.co/yLZ4WEdKBX— Qiana P. (@Q_i_a_n_a) October 26, 2019
The holiday season is here! Can you imagine it without water, or living in fear of your water being turned off? @humanutility helps people pay water bills. This month, I challenge you to donate YOUR Dec water bill amount to help others:https://t.co/Mb5xu0xF9a— adriennefriend (@adriennefriend) December 3, 2018
Thank you! 🙏🎉
Some more: I believe that access to clean water is a basic human right. The @humanutility helps turn the water back on for families in Detroit and Baltimore, a mission I hope others will join me in supporting https://t.co/W4eMnjtdgI— Chris Kuang (@chris_kuang) December 10, 2019
Hey folks. I know lots of you give to this; thank you. I've just signed up to send money monthly to The @humanutility, and if you are well paid, please join me. If you send me proof of a new recurring payment, I'll send you a postcard! https://t.co/6BRoumFl4v https://t.co/JyT7wAkVCS— Rachel Kelly 🌲🏔🏞🌦 (@wholemilk) January 14, 2020