Des Moines Water Works will donate one dollar to their Project H2O – Help to Others program for every new fan on Facebook, follower on Twitter and subscriber to their company blog. The special campaign which runs February 1 to March 31, will generate financial support and awareness to the low-income assistance program.
“This campaign is a great opportunity for customers to start engaging with Des Moines Water Works through social media, and at the same time, bring awareness and support to a program that helps customers in our community,” said Amy Kahler, Director of Customer Service and Marketing. “Twitter and Facebook are real-time customer communication channels that DMWW is answering.”
To join, visit the company’s social media sites at:
Des Moines Water Works’ blog, Facebook and Twitter pages provide instant customer information directly from the source, as well as:
- Water emergency advisories, such as water main breaks and outages
- Water quality concerns and facts
- Water Works Park news and community events
- Conservation and watershed protection tips
The Project H2O program was established in 1995 by Des Moines Water Works to accept contributions from customers to help in assisting low-income households in Des Moines, Ankeny, Polk County, Windsor Heights and Warren County with payment of their water bills. Since Des Moines Water Works is a local utility, every dollar contributed helps someone in your community.
Des Moines Water Works partners with The Salvation Army – an outside, nonprofit agency – to administer the Project H2O program. For more information on the program, or to see if you qualify, please contact The Salvation Army at (515) 282-3422.
For more information on ways to give to the Project H2O program, visit www.dmww.com.