Water For Texas

Learn more about our Water For Texas Initiative.

Texas Snow Storm

Towards the beginning of March, Texas faced a brutal snow storm that left many without power and water for days. As a result of these widespread power outages, many houses had pipes freezing and bursting, which completely cut out the water supply for many households. Throughout the recovery period, many Texans were told to boil their water for weeks since the storm disrupted utility water supplies according to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). For those people who have the means to secure alternate sources of water, this issue was no much of a problem. However, those individuals who have lower incomes struggled for many weeks until their pipes were repaired. In order to help alleviate this burden, Mission Tomorrow coordinated various water drives in underserved areas. We partnered with several organizations to efficiently address these growing needs.

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Event: Oak Cliff 

On March 11th, 2021, Mission Tomorrow organized a water drive in the Oak Cliff community of Southern Dallas, an underserved neighborhood that struggled to make ends meet. Mission Tomorrow partnered with the global consumer goods and retail giant, PepsiCo, to secure a large quantity of water. Through PepsiCo's very generous donation of approximately 8,000 water bottles (estimated value of $1350) to Mission Tomorrow, we were able to arrange for a water drive that distributed water to around 350 families. Mission Tomorrow partnered with a local food pantry, Soul for Christ Ministry Food Pantry, to reach the families most in need of water. These individuals had not been provided water from the food pantry in over a year. We are so delighted that we were able to provide clean drinking water and bring smiles to this underserved community. Please continue to visit our page to stay updated and sign up for upcoming events and donations.

Event: Lancaster, TX

On March 27th, 2021, Mission Tomorrow organized a water drive in the community of Lancaster, Texas, an underserved neighborhood in Southern Dallas that would benefit from clean drinking water. With our continued partnership with the global consumer goods and retail giant, PepsiCo, we were able to secure a huge quantity of water. Through PepsiCo's very generous donation of approximately 8,000 water bottles (estimated value of $1350) to Mission Tomorrow, we were able to coordinate a water drive to distribute water to hundreds of families who were in the need of it. Mission Tomorrow partnered with a local food pantry, Jan Pruitt Community Pantry, to reach the most underserved families. We were also honored with the presence of Lancaster's Mayor, Mayor Clyde C. Hairston, who is very supportive of our efforts and helped us serve the community during these times of struggle. Mission Tomorrow hopes to continue serving its neighbors to create a better world through future initiatives.

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Event: Oak Cliff

On April 2nd, 2021, Mission Tomorrow organized a water drive in the Oak Cliff community of Southern Dallas, an underserved neighborhood that struggled to make ends meet. Mission Tomorrow partnered with the global wholesale retailer, Costco, to secure a large quantity of water. Through Costco's very generous donation of approximately 8,000 water bottles (estimated value of $1600) to Mission Tomorrow, we were able to arrange for a water drive that distributed water to around 350 families. Mission Tomorrow partnered with a local food pantry, Soul for Christ Ministry Food Pantry, to reach the families most in need of water. These individuals had not been provided water from the food pantry in over a year. We are so delighted that we were able to provide clean drinking water and bring smiles to this underserved community. Please continue to visit our page to stay updated and sign up for upcoming events and donations.

Event: Irving, TX

On April 10th, 2021, Mission Tomorrow organized a water drive in the community of Irving, Texas, an underserved neighborhood in Dallas that would benefit from clean drinking water. With partnership with the multinational food and drink processing conglomerate, Nestle, we were able to secure a huge quantity of water. Through Nestle's very generous donation of approximately 8,000 water bottles (estimated value of $1,700) to Mission Tomorrow, we were able to coordinate a water drive to distribute water to hundreds of families who were in the need of it. Mission Tomorrow partnered with a local food pantry, Dayspring Community Pantry, to reach the most underserved families. We were also honored with the presence of Irving's Mayor, Mayor Rick Stopfer, who is very supportive of our efforts and helped us serve the community during these times of struggle. Mission Tomorrow hopes to continue serving its neighbors to create a better world through future initiatives.

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