As news of the Flint, Mich. water crisis spread, it struck apersonal chord with Kalamazoo-based Educational Community CreditUnion's Branch Assistant Rebecca Williams. She organized a donationof 4,000 bottles of water to those in need.

Williams' friend, a Flint resident, had been sharing on Facebookhow her three-year-old daughter had been in and out of the hospitalwith severe infections, high fevers, even brain surgery – all as aresult of the water crisis.

As a mother, Williams wanted to do something. After seeingan incredible deal on bottled water at a local warehouse chain, andcatching a news clip about a local company, Sleep Doctor,collecting and delivering water to Flint, she turned to the ECCUCaring Committee for help.

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