American Water Charitable Foundation awards $20K to Camden organizations

The American Water Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization established by Camden-based American Water, the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced a combined total donation of $20,000 to six nonprofit organizations in Camden.

“The American Water Charitable Foundation is pleased to partner with Camden-based organizations to support their ongoing efforts in creating a positive impact in the community,” Carrie Williams, president, American Water Charitable Foundation, said. “Since American Water’s move to Camden, the foundation continues its strategic efforts to grow its partnerships with community organizations in this great city.”

Each of these organizations provide a valuable service to the local Camden community and the foundation is proud to support the following recipients:

  • Better Tomorrows;
  • Boys & Girls Club of Camden County;
  • Girls Inc. of Greater Philadelphia & South Jersey;
  • Heart of Camden;
  • Joseph’s House of Camden;
  • Women of the Dream.

“Heart of Camden is grateful for the overwhelming generosity of American Water and the American Water Charitable Foundation for the donations of supplies and monetary contributions for the Michael J. Doyle Fieldhouse youth and recreational center,” Carlos Morales, executive director, Heart of Camden, said. “Such strong partnerships with our corporate neighbors helps to advance our organization’s mission to providing resources, amenities and support for the continued revitalization of the Waterfront South community.”

As a proud corporate partner, American Water, and the American Water Charitable Foundation, play a key role in the ongoing revitalization of Camden. Continuing to strengthen and develop partnerships, engage employees and share resources with the local community.