Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle is a church impacting the North Flint, Michigan community with ministries, health and wellness services. MBTC also works to develop strategies to rehabilitate, revitalize and redevelop the community around the church. MBTC’s commitment to wellness and serving the whole person can be seen in their free, full-service fitness center that is available to residents whether they are members of the church or not. MBTC also understands that access to clean, safe water is a key component of wellness.
A great partner for our second Water Box, MBTC reaches an area of Flint which was severely impacted by the water crisis. MBTC provides evening water distribution hours allowing people who are working or in school during the day to have more convenient access to the Water Box. Since the church closed to the public in response to Covid-19, the Water Box at MBTC was relocated to the nearby Prince of Peace church and water distribution has continued. More about MBTC here: http://themetrobt.org/
The Water Box at MBTC was made possible with a donation by Ellen Degeneres and the General Mills.
Single use 16 oz. plastic bottles replaced
Gallons of safe, free water distributed
100% of the proceeds from this hoodie go to communities who are water insecure. The hoodie is also carbon negative which includes carbon offsets for the shipping too.
Your donation helps 501CTHREE bring clean water to more communities in need. With your help we can expand the program to communities across the USA.
Refillable water carriers for an individuals drinking, cooking and hygiene. The jugs (carriers) are handed out at the Water Box locations and can be brought back and refilled during Water Box operating hours. It might seem like a minor donation, but to those in need, it means a lot.
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