For the twelfth year running, Cannon hosted their Well Worth It Drive-Thru BBQ in the last week of July to raise awareness and funds for the global water crisis.
This year’s Drive-Thru BBQ raised a successful $8,500 to be directly donated to clean water infrastructure projects through Cannon’s charitable partner, charity: water. In total, 250 tri-tip dinners were sold, 30 donations were made to local families in need through a partnership with CAPSLO, and an additional 30 were donated to local veterans in partnership with the Vet Center.
As a result of the $8,500 raised, 240 people will get access to clean, safe water. Cannon thanks all the participants who made the event possible and those who purchased a dinner. To donate directly to the charitable campaign, donations are still being collected on the charity: water website.
Cannon’s Well Worth It Campaign began in 2010. Since then, more than $170,000 has been raised for clean water projects. For more information about Cannon’s Well Worth It campaign, or to learn more about the water crisis, click here.