The spread of COVID-19 has helped lead to new policies on Water Drops. These mobile hand washing stations are for everyone to wash their hands before we head on our treks and after we finish.
This, with continued use of gloves, hand sanitizer in between washings while distancing ourselves and wiping down our supplies we leave in the desert as much as we can will help minimize any risk for us going out there and those who receive our supplies.
This is currently a weekly effort. We are going out on small routes every weekend. Since we are unable to take everyone out like our public Water Drops, we are trying to purchase as many supplies to leave out as possible.
If you would like to donate a few dollars to help us purchase some supplies, we can leave as much as we can out there and try to make up for not being able to host larger groups.
For any questions regarding desert work, please email Water Drop Directors Jacqueline Arellano or James Cordero at firstname.lastname@example.org
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