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Being a good neighbor is part of our mission at American Water. You’ll see our employees talking about water treatment processes at schools, cleaning up streams and serving on local civic and charitable boards. We invest our time and financial resources to serve as a good neighbor and a responsible steward of the environment.

We give back to the community through our environmental grant program that encourages community-based environmental projects that improve or protect water supplies and surrounding watersheds.

At community Earth Day celebrations, we bring information on water treatment and sourcewater protection to our customers and their families.

We sponsor the “Pathways to Water Quality” exhibit which is viewed by almost one million people at the Indiana State Fair each summer

We support local United Way campaigns and partner with Water for People, an organization that helps improve the quality of life to impoverished people by supporting sustainable drinking water, sanitation and health and hygiene education.

Indiana American Water is proud to be an active participant in the communities we serve. Listed below are some highlights of our community involvement activities.

American Water Environmental Grant Program applications available. American Water’s environmental grants support innovative, community-based environmental projects that improve, restore and/or protect watersheds and community water supplies through partnerships. Applications are available online or by mail in February of each year.

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Pathway to Water Quality
Tens of thousand of visitors to the Indiana State Fair annually walk the path the water walks at the popular Pathway to Water Quality exhibit sponsored by Indiana American Water Company. Pathway is a model watershed that shows you how land sheds excess water and what that means to you. Stop by the exhibit August 6 – 17, 2008 during the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis.

National Theatre for Children performance sign-ups begin this month. These free interactive theatre performances are available to schools in our service areas. The shows teach the value of water and the importance of protecting and conserving this precious resource.

School performances are scheduled for January – April of each year.