Flint Water Crisis

The Flint Water Crisis is a crisis that started in April 2014 and continued into 2016 in the city of Flint, Michigan where over 10,000 children were exposed to high levels of lead in their drinking water. The children now need serious treatments that may continue for the next 20 years. Brandon Carr, who grew up in Flint, is working to help these children who face severe developmental and other health issues. We need your help to make sure these children have a chance at a healthy future, please consider donating today.

 

Donating to the Carr Cares for Flint Fund is the single-most important action one can take to ensure long-term change for the better in response to the Flint water crisis that has touched the hearts of people nationwide. To support the delivery of critical public health, medical, and community-based services and interventions that address and mitigate the short and long-term impacts experienced by Flint Michigan children exposed to lead as the result of the 2014-2016 Flint Water Crisis.