Nestlé

Nestlé is dangerously close to bankrupting a tiny group of volunteers fighting to protect their water in a tiny township in Michigan.

This community’s legal costs are spiraling and they’ve asked for your help.

Can you rush a donation today to stop Nestlé from sucking Michigan dry?

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Residents of Osceola township are watching water levels in local streams drop drastically since Nestlé moved into town and started pumping their water to sell for massive profits. And a small group of local volunteers has taken Nestlé to court.

For years Nestlé has tried to crush this committed group of residents so it can pump even more water to sell at an eye-watering profit.

This dedicated group in Osceola has been locked in a two-year legal battle against Nestlé -- but after mountains of legal challenges, the group is drowning in debt.

So they’ve asked for your help today A. The final... decision on whether Nestlé can pump more water is right around the corner -- and if they can’t get some money to their lawyers soon, this fearless group risks losing everything to Nestlé.

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Right now, Nestlé is pumping 250 gallons of water a minute or more than 350,000 gallons every single day from Osceola Township for just $200 a year.

And in their battle to stop this outrageous water-grab, this tiny group of volunteers is over $100,000 in debt.

Their lawyers have fought tirelessly by their side, but they can’t continue without getting paid. Losing their lawyers now would leave them in debt with nothing to show for years of work against Nestlé, and that’s exactly what the mega-corporation wants.

But you can make sure their fight isn’t over yet. Nestlé has millions to throw at this court case, but this group of dedicated fighters in Osceola has you. With your donation today they can keep their lawyers and make sure they have the best legal team on hand in these last critical months so that Nestlé can’t pump more of their precious water.

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The SumOfUs community has supported the township of Osceola before to take on Nestlé, one of the biggest companies in the world known for its corporate water grabs.

When the township’s elected leaders denied Nestlé’s application to pump more water, Nestlé got angry and sued.

Incredible members like you stepped in, giving over $50,000 to Osceola so it could defend itself against Nestlé in court. Without this critical money, the township would’ve likely had to declare bankruptcy.

Generosity from members like you is why Osceola has been able to hold back Nestlé for almost two years. You’ve been helping every step of the way, and now, in the final months, Osceola township needs you more than ever.

Are you in?

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Thanks for all that you do,
Angus, Amelia and the team at SumOfUs


More information:

USGS testing water levels near controversial Nestle well, MLive, 09 May 2019
The Cost of Nestle Water: Tiny Michigan Town Claims Bottled Water Harms Local River, Newsweek, 05 February 2019

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