SAWS News: Project Agua: How You Can Help
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Edwards Aquifer

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Project Agua: How You Can Help

Project Agua assistance is made possible by voluntary contributions from local residents, businesses and SAWS employees. You can also help keep the water flowing to our neighbors during difficult times.

It’s simple to donate and every contribution — no matter the size — helps. Just locate the donation box on the return portion of your SAWS bill and simply add the amount you’d like to contribute to your monthly payment.

Or you can mail a check to SAWS, noting that the amount is designated for Project Agua. Send donations to:

SAWS Project Agua
P.O. Box 2449
San Antonio, Texas 78298

Project Agua: Cómo Usted Puede Ayudar

La asistencia de Project Agua es posible gracias a contribuciones voluntarias de residentes locales, empresas y empleados de SAWS. Usted también puede ayudar a mantener el servicio de agua disponible para sus vecinos durante tiempos difíciles.

Es simple donar y cada contribución, sin importar el tamaño, ayuda. Simplemente ubique el cuadro de donación en la parte de devolución de su factura de SAWS y agregue la cantidad que desea contribuir a su pago mensual.

O puede también enviar un cheque por correo a SAWS, señalando que el monto está designado para Project Agua. Enviar donaciones a:

SAWS Project Agua
P.O. Box 2449
San Antonio, Texas 78298

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