Join Water Station for “FUN UNDER THE SUN”
YOU CAN SAVE LIVES THIS SUMMER, COME AND JOIN US!
Water Station deploys and maintains Water Stations in the Southern California Desert. Our goal is to prevent people from dying from heat and dehydration. We are a 501 C3 Non-Profit, volunteer based organization. You may have seen our characteristic blue, or orange and blue, flags along highway 98 or in other parts of the desert.
2015 is our 16th year of work and we will install 145 water stations.
YOU CAN HELP US BY…
- Doing Fundraising
- Giving Donations
- Servicing Stations Bi-Weekly – March through October
- Setting Up Stations – March
Water Station has had many volunteers through the years. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, and we will accept your help if you have the simple conviction to help those who might otherwise die without water in the desert. Faithful volunteers and donations are the back bone that keeps Water Station alive and able to continue helping those in need.
Our schedules are very flexible with some volunteers performing their runs during different days of the week.
Water Station Maintenance
We install and maintain the water stations annually from late March to the end of October. Our runs to the desert happen every other weekend.
Water Station in the only Non Profit organization that has the legal permits to operate, install and maintain the water stations from The Bureau of Land Management, and the Anza Borrego State Park.
We maintain friendly relations with the Border Patrol.
Your support can help us add more stations and save more lives!
For more information please contact us:
Laura: 619-318-0371 (cell)
Frances: 619-228-9617 (cell)