UPDATE December 2019: Back in September, we shared an urgent plea to help a tiny Michigan town fight Nestlé and save its water supply. Donations from members like you gave this desperate community a surge of hope and the funds they needed to fight.
But we’ll level with you -- they need more money. $80,000 of legal bills have been incurred out of the savings account of this small but mighty group of volunteer water activists. Nestlé has stalled the final decision in court. It can afford to do that. But locals can’t, and with bills piling up as the year ends, they have so much to lose if they can’t match Nestlé’s might.
Please, can you rush a donation to Osceola Township before the day closes?
Just days before their huge legal showdown with Nestlé, the people of Osceola Township seriously need your help.
Nestlé has built a vast water processing plant in this community. Like a giant leech, it sucks up 350,000 gallons of water daily to bottle for profit. The town’s stream runs ever lower.
When the township fought back, Nestlé sued them -- and now the final legal showdown is just days away.
The expert lawyers they’ve hired are expensive and costs have gone through the roof. And that’s where you come in.
Can you chip in to keep Nestlé’s greedy hands off Osceola Township’s water?