The Ninth Annual Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign from June 1 through September 18 provides supplies of water to the homeless and unsheltered. The City of Mesa works with nonprofit agencies and businesses to collect the bottles of water which are distributed through United Food Bank to numerous agencies in the valley, including A New Leaf-East Valley Men’s Center, Paz de Cristo, and Saint Vincent de Paul.
Mesa Fire & Medical Department
Red Mountain Multigenerational Center
United Food Bank
Paz de Cristo
A New Leaf - MesaCAN
A New Leaf - East Valley Men's Center
Superstition Springs Center
Mesa Main Library
Mesa Chamber of Commerce
Rhodes Aquatic Complex
Southern Pavilion Self Storage
Mesa Community College - Southern & Dobson
Mesa Community College – Red Mountain
Eastmark Community Center
Keller Williams Integrity First Realty
If you want to donate cash so water can be purchased, you can make the donation online. Type the words "H2O Mesa" under the company or organization's name.
2 for 1 admission at Rhodes Aquatic Complex, 1860 S. Longmore Road, Monday through Friday (FlowRider excluded) with donation of a case of water.
Golfland Sunsplash, 155 W. Hampton Ave., is offering Water Wednesday during June and July. Donating a case of water at the park on any Wednesday from June 3 through July 29 will provide a two-for-one waterpark admission. It is not valid with any other coupons or discounts.
Thirsty Thursdays at USA-Skateland Mesa, 7 E. Southern Ave. Donating a case of water between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on any Thursday in June and July gives you 1 free admission.
Customers donating at Fiesta Mall will receive a Fiesta Mall merchandise gift at the time of drop-off.
Fry's Marketplace, 1935 N. Stapley Drive, allows customers to purchase and donate a case of water at the self-checkout aisle.
Currently at 765,896 bottles!