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The Waterwheel Foundation

Summer tour is just around the corner.  Come visit us, we’re at every show!

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What is WaterWheel?

The WaterWheel Foundation was created by Phish in 1997 to oversee the band’s various charitable activities.

Our primary effort then and now is our Touring Division, though in keeping with our “Local” mission we also support Vermont-based non-profits and others in need. From its debut through the most current tour, the mission of WaterWheel’s Touring Division has been to raise funds for pre-selected non-profits in each community that Phish visits while on tour.

In essence, WaterWheel is the Phish community coming together to share in positive ways with the local communities we all visit on tour stops. The net proceeds raised at each show – fan donations plus the sale of WaterWheel logo merchandise and items autographed by the band – are donated to the organization tabling at the show, after deducting overhead costs.

The WaterWheel Foundation chooses non-profits from a large sphere of needs including social services, primarily those benefitting women and children; environmental, with a focus on clean water and land conservation with public access; as well as food banks, urban gardening and the like. Thanks to the generosity of the fans, since its creation WaterWheel’s Touring Division has donated over $1,000,000 to more than 425 groups.

Additionally, Waterwheel merchandise can be purchased on the road and via Phish Dry Goods

To contact WaterWheel email ww@phish.com or write to WaterWheel, PO Box 4400, Burlington VT 05406-4400.  Looking to donate to our efforts?

To make a donation, click here and specify if you would like your contribution to go to our Touring division, Vermont support or specific WaterWheel efforts. No donation is too small. Donations to The WaterWheel Foundation via the link to the right are tax deductible to the extent of the law.

Waterwheel Activities by Year

2014

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

4/26 New Orleans, LA – WaterWheel General Fund

Summer Tour

7/1 Mansfield, MA – Conservation Law Foundation
7/3 Saratoga, NY – Homeless and Travelers Aid Society
7/4 Saratoga, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/5 Saratoga, NY – The Lake George Association
7/8 Philadelphia, PA – Delaware Riverkeep Network
7/11 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/12 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/13 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/15 Canandaigua, NY – Victim Resource Center
7/16 Clarkston, MI – The Greening of Detroit
7/18 Chicago, IL – Streetwise
7/19 Chicago, IL – North Side Housing and Supportive Services
7/20 Chicago, IL – WaterWheel General Fund
7/25 Charlotte, NC – Sustain Charlotte
7/26 Columbia, MD – MD Food Bank
7/27 Columbia, MD – WaterWheel General Fund
7/29 Portsmouth, VA – Elizabeth River Project
7/30 Portsmouth, VA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/1 Orange Beach, AL – Weeks Bay Foundation
8/2 Pelham, AL – Coosa Riverkeeper
8/3 Alpharetta, GA – The Drake House
8/29 Commerce City, CO – Rocky Mountain Wild
8/30 Commerce City, CO – Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault
8/31 Commerce City, CO – WaterWheel General Fund

Fall Tour

10/17 Eugene, OR – Western Environmental Law Center
10/18 Seattle, WA – Stewardship Partners
10/21 Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Channelkeeper
10/22 Santa Barbara, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
10/24 Inglewood, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
10/25 Chula Vista, CA – South Bay Community Services
10/27 San Fransisco, CA – Saves the Waves Coalition
10/28 San Fransisco, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
10/29 San Fransisco, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
10/31 Las Vegas, NV – Friends of Nevada Wilderness
11/1 Las Vegas, NV – WaterWheel General Fund
11/2 Las Vegas, NV – WaterWheel General Fund

New Years Run

12/31 Miami, FL – Urban Oasis Project
1/1 Miami, FL – WaterWheel General Fund
1/2 Miami, FL – Reef Relief
1/3 Miami, FL – WaterWheel General Fund

2013

Summer Tour

7/3 Bangor, ME – Bangor Land Trust
7/5 Saratoga Springs, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/6 Saratoga Springs, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/7 Saratoga Springs, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/10 Holmdel, NJ – NY/NJ Baykeeper
7/12 Wantagh, NY – Green Guerillas
7/13 Columbia, MD – Headcount
7/14 Columbia, MD – WaterWheel General Fund
7/16 Alpharetta, GA – Truly Living Well
7/17 Alpharetta, GA – We’re Hear for You
7/19 Chicago, IL – People’s Music School
7/20 Chicago, IL – WaterWheel General Fund
7/21 Chicago, IL – WaterWheel General Fund
7/22 Toronto, Canada – Lake Ontario Waterkeeper
7/26 George, WA – Upper Valley MEND
7/27 George, WA – Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board
7/30 Stateline, NV – League to Save Lake Tahoe
7/31 Stateline, NV – WaterWheel General Fund
8/2 San Francisco, CA – Children’s Hospital & Resource Center
8/3 San Francisco, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/4 San Francisco, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/5 Hollywood, CA – Plastic Pollution Coalition
8/30 Commerce City, CO – Rock the Earth
8/31 Commerce City, CO – Growing Gardens
9/1 Commerce City, CO – WaterWheel General Fund

Fall Tour

10/18 Hampton, VA – Transitions Family Violence Services
10/19 Hampton, VA – The Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula
10/20 Hampton, VA – WaterWheel General Fund
10/22 Rochester, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
10/23 Glens Falls, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
10/25 Worcester, MA – Conservation Law Foundation
10/26 Worcester, MA – WaterWheel General Fund
10/27 Hartford, CT – South Park Inn
10/29 Reading, PA – Greater Berks Foodbank
10/31 Atlantic City, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund
11/1 Atlantic City, NJ – Atlanticare
11/2 Atlantic City, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund

New Years Run

12/28 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
12/29 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
12/30 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
12/31 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund

2012

Summer Tour

Leg 1

6/7 Worcester, MA – Conservation Law Foundation

6/8 Worcester, MA – WaterWheel General Fund

6/10 Manchester, TN – WaterWheel General Fund

6/15 Atlantic City, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund

6/16 Atlantic City, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund

6/17 Atlantic City, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund

6/19 Portsmouth, VA – Virginia Eastern Shorekeeper

6/20 Portsmouth, VA – WaterWheel General Fund

6/22 Cincinnati, OH – The Ohio River Foundation

6/23 Burgettstown, PA – Street Medicine Institute

6/24 Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Lake Erie Waterkeeper Association

6/28 Noblesville, IN – Central Indiana Land Trust

6/29 Noblesville, IN – Heartwood

6/30 East Troy, WI – Hunger Task Force Inc.

7/1 East Troy, WI – WaterWheel General Fund

7/3 Wantagh, NY – Headcount

7/4 Wantagh NY – WaterWheel General Fund

7/6 Saratoga Springs, NY – WaterWheel General Fund

7/7 Saratoga Springs, NY – Seven Below Arts Initiative

7/8 Saratoga Springs, NY – The Homeless and Travelers Aid Society

Leg 2

8/15 Long Beach, CA – L.A. Waterkeeper

8/17 San Francisco, CA – Plant Justice

8/18 San Francisco, CA – Maitri

8/19 San Francisco, CA – WaterWheel General Fund

8/22 Kansas City, MO - Rose Brooks Center

8/24 Pelham, AL – Black Warrior Riverkeeper

8/25 Atlanta, GA – Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless

8/26 Charlotte, NC – Dogwood Alliance

8/28 St. Louis, MI – Segs4vets

8/29 Oklahoma City, OK – Grand Riverkeeper

8/31 Commerce City, CO – Conscious Alliance

9/1 Commerce City, CO – Seven Below Arts Initiative

9/2 Commerce City, CO – Colorado Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Center

New Years Run

12/28 New York City, NY – Mimi Fishman Foundation

12/29 New York City, NY – NYC Coalition Against Hunger

12/30 New York City, NY – NYC Coalition Against Hunger

12/31 New York City, NY – WaterWheel General Fund

2011

Summer Tour

Leg 1
5/27 Bethel, NY – Catskill Mountain Keeper
5/28 Bethel, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
5/29 Bethel, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
5/31 Holmdel, NJ – HABcore
6/1 Holmdel, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund
6/3 Clarkston, MI – Greening of Detroit
6/4 Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Green City Blue Lake
6/5 Cincinnati, OH – WaterWheel General Fund
6/7 Mansfield, MA – Conservation Law Foundation
6/8 Darien Center, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
6/10 Camden, NJ – Food Bank of South New Jersey
6/11 Columbia, MD – Midshore Riverkeeper Conservacy
6/12 Columbia, MD – WaterWheel General Fund
6/14 Alpharetta, GA – Madhousers
6/15 Alpharetta, GA – WaterWheel General Fund
6/17 Charlotte, NC – Hands on Charlotte
6/18 Raleigh, NC – Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation
6/19 Portsmouth, VA – Foodbank of South Virginia
6/30 Watkins Glen, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
7/1 Watkins Glen, NY – Headcount
7/2 Watkins Glen, NY – 350.org
7/3 Watkins Glen, NY – WaterWheel General Fund

Leg 2
8/5 George, WA – Upper Columbia Salmon River Recovery Board
8/6 George, WA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/8 Hollywood, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/9 Stateline, NV – Californians for Alternatives to Toxic Sprays
8/10 Stateline, NV – WaterWheel General Fund
8/12 San Francisco, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/15 Chicago, IL – Friends of the Chicago River
8/16 Chicago, IL – Northside Housing and Supportive Services
8/17 Chicago, IL – WaterWheel General Fund
9/2 Commerce City, CO – Conscious Alliance
9/3 Commerce City, CO – Rock the Earth
9/4 Commerce City, CO – Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

New Years Run

12/28 New York City, NY – Project Renewal
12/29 New York City, NY – Headcount
12/30 New York City, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
12/31 New York City, NY – WaterWheel General Fund

PHISH VT BENEFIT CONCERT: GIVING PLAN AND FIRST GRANTS ANNOUNCED

Phish and the WaterWheel Foundation announced today the initial grants from their September 14 benefit concert at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex, VT via the WaterWheel Fund for Vermont Flood Recovery, housed at the Vermont Community Foundation. The band’s WaterWheel Foundation has worked closely with philanthropic advisors at the Vermont Community Foundation to jointly develop a comprehensive giving strategy for the concert proceeds. The first round of grants from the fund will be distributed this week.

The fund’s initial round of support for Irene relief and recovery efforts will be comprised of several large grants ranging from $50,000 to $150,000 in the categories of farms, businesses, nonprofit organizations, food, and housing. Included in the likely list of grants are the following funds and organizations which are working hard to distribute contributions to Irene victims: the Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund and the Vermont Farm Fund Emergency Loan Program to support farmers who were affected by the flood; the Vermont Irene Flood Relief Fund to support small businesses affected by the flood; the Special and Urgent Needs – Irene Recovery Fund to support nonprofit and public sector organizations affected by the flood; and the Vermont Food Bank.

The fund had previously granted $50,000 to the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (CVOEO) for their Mobile Home Project Fund, to provide immediate support for mobile home park relief efforts.

Also Included in this initial round of grants, WaterWheel has made small grants to approximately 30 local relief efforts at the town level across the state to help address the needs of families and individuals as well as town services and infrastructure in the areas hardest hit by the storm.

Additional grants to support long-term relief efforts will be announced as a clearer picture of the next phase of recovery needs around the state develops.

2010

Summer 2010

Leg 1
6/11 Bridgeview, IL – Alliance for Great Lakes
6/12 Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Earth Day Coalition
6/13 Hershey, PA – Central PA Foodbank
6/15 Portsmouth, VA – The Virginia Eastern Shorekeeper
6/17 Hartford, CT – Gifts of Love
6/18 Hartford, CT – WaterWheel General Fund
6/19 Saratoga, NY – Roots & Wisdom
6/20 Saratoga, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
6/22 Mansfield, MA – Conservation Law Foundation
6/24 Camden, NJ – Delaware Riverkeeper
6/25 Camden, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund
6/26 Columbia, MD – Greenpeace
6/27 Columbia, MD – Potomac Riverkeeper
6/29 Canandaigua, NY – Finger Lakes and Land Trust
7/1 Raleigh, NC – Haw River Assembly
7/2 Charlotte, NC – Friendship Trays
7/3 Alpharetta, GA – WaterWheel General Fund
7/4 Alpharetta, GA – WaterWheel General Fund

Leg 2
8/5 Berkeley, CA – Ecology Center
8/6 Berkeley, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/7 Berkeley, CA – WaterWheel General Fund
8/9 Telluride, CO – Sheep Mountain Alliance
8/10 Telluride, CO – WaterWheel General Fund
8/12 Noblesville, IN – Hoosier Environmental Council
8/13 Noblesville, IN – WaterWheel General Fund
8/14 East Troy, WI – Milwaukee Urban Gardens
8/15 East Troy, WI – WaterWheel General Fund
8/17 Wantagh, NY – IOBY
8/18 Wantagh, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
10/8 Austin, TX – WaterWheel General Fund

Fall Tour

10/10 Broomfield, CO – Community Food Share
10/11 Broomfield, CO – Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation
10/12 Broomfield, CO – WaterWheel General Fund
10/15 North Charleston, SC – Coastal Conversation League
10/16 North Charleston, SC – WaterWheel General Fund
10/19 Augusta, ME – Natural Resources Council of ME
10/20 Utica, NY – For the Good, Inc.
10/22 Providence, RI – Save the Bay
10/23 Amherst, MA – Rushing Rivers Institute
10/24 Amherst, MA – Food Bank of Western MA
10/26 Manchester, NH - Climate Counts
10/29 Atlantic City, NJ – Headcount
10/30 Atlantic City, NJ – NY/NJ Baykeeper
10/31 Atlantic City, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund

New Years Run

12/27 Worcester, MA – WaterWheel General Fund
12/28 Worcester, MA – Conservation Law Foundation
12/30 New York, NY – NYC Coalition Against Hunger
12/31 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
1/1/11 New York, NY – WaterWheel General Fund

2009

Hampton Run

3/5 – WaterWheel General Fund
3/6 – WaterWheel General Fund
3/7 – WaterWheel General Fund

Summer Tour

Leg 1
5/31 Boston, MA – Community Servings
6/2 Wantagh, NY – Homes for the Homeless
6/3 Wantagh, NY – Rock the Earth
6/4 Wantagh, NY – NYC Coalition Against Hunger
6/5 Wantagh, NY – WaterWheel General Fund
6/6 Mansfield, MA – Conservation Law Foundation
6/7 Camden, NJ – WaterWheel General Fund
6/9 Asheville, NC – Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs
6/10 Knoxville, TN – TCWN
6/16 St. Louis, MO – ByteWorks
6/18 Burgettstown, PA – Operation Safety Net
6/19 Noblesville, IN – School on Wheels Corp.
6/20 East Troy, WI – Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
6/21 East Troy, WI – Amnesty International group 39

Leg 2
7/30 Morrison, CO – Colorado Watershed Assembly
7/31 Morrison, CO – Conscious Alliance
8/01 Morrison, CO – Denver Urban Gardens
8/02 Morrison, CO – WaterWheel General Fund
8/05 Mountain View, CA – SEVA
8/07 George, WA – Vashon Youth Council
8/08 George, WA – Upper Salmon Recovery Board
8/11 Chicago, IL – Greater Chicago Food Depository
8/13 Darien Center, NY – Western New York Land Conservancy
8/14 Hartford, CT – Prudence Crandell Center
8/15 Columbia, MD – DC Central Kitchen
8/16 Saratoga Springs, NY – Homeless and Travelers Aid Society (HATAS)

2004

Summer Tour

6/17 Brooklyn, NY – Green Guerillas
6/18 New York, NY – NYC Coalition Against Hunger
6/19 Saratoga Springs, NY – NY Au Sable Silver Association
6/20 Saratoga Springs, NY – Domestic Violence Task Force
6/23 Noblesville, IN – Heartwood
6/24 Noblesville, IN – Friends of the White River
6/25 East Troy, WI – Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
8/9 Hampton, VA – Youth Golf & Academy
8/10 Mansfield, MA – Station Family Fund
8/11 Mansfield, MA – Third Sector New England
8/12 Camden, NJ – S.E.E.D.S

Coventry

Coventry Parents Club
AWARE
Dairy Farmers of Vermont
Newport Center Volunteer Fire Department
North Country Coalition for Justice and Peace
STEP One
Vermont Food Bank
COTS
Vermont Democracy
Ducks Unlimited VT
Newport Center Animal Rescue
North County Hospital and Health Center
Coutts-Moriarty 4H Summer Camp
Northeast Kingdom Tourism and Travel Associations of Vermont
Tenderheart Ministries
Newport Ambulance Service Inc.
Westmore Fire and Rescue
Orleans County Disabled Vets
Town of Derby – Office of Town Clerk and Treasure
Upward Bound Dollars for Scholars, Lyndon State College
Green Guerillas
Domestic Violence
NYC Coalition Against Hunger
Heartwood
Northwoods Stewardship Center
Burke Recreation and Education Fund – Kingdom Kids
Salvation Army
Hazen Union Outing
Northeast Kingdom Community Action Inc.
Spectrum Youth Services
United Church of Newport
Vermont Food Bank
Orleans Elementary School – Playground Project
Northeast Kingdom Afterschool
Northeast County Coalition
Chittenden Emergency Foodshelf and Salvation Army
Northeast Kingdom
Bread and Puppet Theatre
Orleans Essex Visting Nurses Association and Hospices Inc.
NFI Vermont Inc. Turning Points
Goodrich Memorial Library
Rotary Club of Newport
Browning Central School
Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary
Orleans County Natural Resources Conservation District
Dailey Memorial Library
Hardwich Rescue
Northeast Kingdom Youth Services
The Hardwick Townhouse
Umbrella Inc.
Brighton Elementary School Garden Projects
Camp Merrybrook
Vermont Fish and Wildlife
Jay/Westfield Elementary School Playground Project
Northeast Kingdom Head Start
Connect with Kids
Lyndon State Project Excel
VFAFA
Disabled American
Newport City Elementary School Out of/ After School Program
Kingdom Kids
Faith in Action
Northern Forest Alliance
Charleston Elementary
Derby Elementary School
Warebrook Contemporary
Indoor Recreation Orleans County
Barton Village Volunteer Fire Department

2003

Spring Tour

2/14 Los Angeles, CA – Camp Laurel
2/15 Las Vegas, NV – Shundahai Network
2/18 Denver, CO – Easter Seals of Colorado
2/20 Chicago, IL – Rainbow House
2/21 Cincinnati, OH – Freestore/Foodbank
2/22 Cincinnati, OH – Women Helping Women
2/24 East Rutherford, NJ – Northeast Organic Farming Association
2/25 Philadelphia, PA – Books Through Bars
2/26 Worcester, MA – Joy of Music Program
2/28 Uniondale, NY – Feel Better Kids
3/01 Greensboro, NC – Southern Appalachian Forest Coalition

Summer Tour

7/7 Phoenix, AZ – HomeBase Youth Service
7/8 Chula Vista, CA – San Diego Baykeeper
7/9 Mountain View, CA – Klamath Forest Alliance
7/10 Mountain View, CA – Guitars Not Guns
7/12 George, WA – The Edmonds Institute
7/13 George, WA – Leavenworth Audubon Adopt-A-Forest
7/15 West Valley City, – Conscious Alliance
7/17 Bonner Springs, – Kansas Rural Center
7/18 East Troy, WI – Lakewood School
7/19 East Troy, WI – Twin Oaks Shelter
7/21 Noblesville, IN – Coburn Place Safe Haven
7/22 Noblesville, IN – Hoosier Environmental Council/ Protect Our Rivers Now!
7/25 Charlotte, NC – Catawba Land Conservancy
7/26 Atlanta, GA – Oakhurst Community Garden Project
7/27 Raleigh, NC – Agricultural Resource Center
7/29 Burgettstown, PA – Washington Women’s Shelter
7/30 Camden, NJ – Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
8/2 and 8/3 It, Limestone, ME – Write Your Representative

Fall Tour

11/28 Uniondale, NY – Coalition on Child Abuse and Neglect
11/29 Philadelphia, PA – The Greensgrow Project of Philadelphia
12/1 Albany, NY – Equinox Community Services Agency
12/2 Boston, MA – The True Food Network

New Years Run

12/ 28 Miami, FL – Reef Relief
12/29 Miami, FL – Care Resource
12/30 Miami, FL – Care Resource
12/31 Miami, FL – MACTown

Spring Tour (Trey Anastasio Band)

Richmond Music Project
Burlington City Arts

2002

New Years Run

12/31 New York, NY – Food For Survival
1/2 Hampton, VA – Transitions Family Violence Services
1/3 Hampton, VA – James River Association
1/4 Hampton, VA – Stand Up For Kids

Summer & Fall Tour (Trey Anastasio Band)

Richmond Music Project
Burlington City Arts

2001

Summer Tour (Trey Anastasio Band)

7/11 San Diego, CA – Organic Consumers Association
7/12 Los Angeles, CA – Organic Consumers Association
7/13-7/14 Berkeley, CA – Organic Consumers Association
7/20 St. Louis, MO – Heartwood
7/21 East Troy, WI – Hope House
7/22 Indianapolis, IN – S.T.A.R.
7/26 Atlanta, GA – Oconee Watershed Network
7/27 Raleigh, NC – Dogwood Alliance
7/28 Washington, DC – The Ellicott City Restoration
7/29 Holmdel, NJ – Mercer Street Friends
8/3 Wantaugh, NY – Save the Sound
8/4 Mansfield, MA – Massachusetts Watershed Coalition

Fall Tour (Oysterhead)

Amnesty International
Witness

2000

Summer Tour

6/22 Nashville, TN – Kids to the Country
6/23 Atlanta, GA – Southern Appalachian Biodiversity Project
6/24 Atlanta, GA – Upper Chattahoochi Riverkeeper
6/25 Raleigh, NC – Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group
6/28 Holmdel, NJ – Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey
6/29 Holmdel, NJ – Isles, Inc.
6/30 Hartford, CT – WaterWheel General Fund
7/1 Hartford, CT – Farmington River Watershed Association
7/3 Camden, NJ – American Littoral Society
7/4 Camden, NJ – Student Environmental Action Coalition
7/6 Toronto, ON – Friends of the Lubicon
7/7 Burgettstown, PA – Allegheny Defense Project
7/8 East Troy, WI – Hunger Task Force
7/10 Noblesville, IN – Jinny O’Brien Free Clinic
7/11 Noblesville, IN – Quest For Excellence / Ada’s Place
7/12 Noblesville, IN – Hoosier Environmental Council
7/14 Columbus, OH – Choices for Victims of Domestic Violence
7/15 Columbus, OH – Youth Empowerment Program

Fall Tour

9/8 Albany, NY – Waterkeeper Alliance
9/9 Albany, NY – Conservation Law Foundation
9/11 Mansfield, MA – Housing Assistance Corp.
9/12 Mansfield, MA – Keeping Track
9/14 Darien Center, NY – Great Lakes United
9/15 Hershey, PA – Penn State Center for Sustainability
9/17 Columbia, MD – My Sisters Place
9/18 Cleveland, OH – Amnesty International
9/20 Cincinnati, OH – Coalition for the Homeless
9/22 Rosemont, IL – Aidscare
9/23 Rosemont, IL – Chicago Abused Women Coalition
9/24 Minneapolis, MN – Honor the Earth
9/25 Bonner Springs, KS – Waterwheel General Fund
9/27 Englewood, CO – Denver Urban Gardens
9/29 Las Vegas, NV – Friends of Nevada Wilderness
9/30 Las Vegas, NV – Safenest
10/1 Phoenix, AZ – Center for Biological Diversity
10/4 Chula Vista, CA – San Diego Bay Keeper
10/5 Irvine, CA – Beyond Shelter
10/6 Mountain View, CA – Environmental Protection Information Center
10/7 Mountain View, CA – Salmon River Restoration Council

1999

Summer Tour

6/30 Bonner Springs, KS – Women’s Transitional Care Service
7/1 Antioch, TN – Swan Conservation Trust
7/3 Atlanta, GA – Soque River Watershed Association
7/4 Atlanta, GA – Samaritan House of Atlanta
7/7 Charlotte, NC – Headsup
7/8 Virginia Beach, VA – V.B. – Seton House
7/9 Columbia, MD – Rachel Carson Council
7/10 Camden, NJ – Farmers’ Market Trust
7/12 Mansfield, MA – Taunton River Watershed Alliance
7/13 Mansfield, MA – Northeast Organic Farming Association
7/15 Holmdel, NJ – Woodbridge River Watch
7/16 Holmdel, NJ – Hackensack Riverkeeper
7/20 Toronto, ON – Toronto Environmental Alliance
7/21 Burgettstown, PA – Bethlehem Haven
7/23 Columbus, OH – Stratford Ecological Center
7/24 East Troy, WI – Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
7/25 Noblesville, IN – Prevail
7/26 Noblesville, IN – Heartwood

Fall Tour

09/09 Vancouver, BC – Raincoast Conservation Society
09/10 Gorge, WA – Washington Toxics Coalition
09/11 Gorge, WA – Tilth Producers
09/12 Portland, OR – New Avenues for Youth
09/14 Boise, ID – Friends of Clearwater
09/16 Mountain View, CA – Homeless Garden Project
09/17 Mountain View, CA – Santa Cruz Biodiversity Project
09/18 San Diego, CA – Los Ninos
09/19 Irvine, Ca – Camp Laurel
09/21 Tuscon, AZ – The Wildlands Network
09/22Las Cruces, NM – La Pinon
09/24 Austin, TX – House the Homeless
09/25 Houston, TX – Kid Care
09/26 New Orleans, LA – Louisiana Environmental Action Network
09/28 Birmingham, AL – Wild Law
09/29 Memphis, TN – National Health Care for the Homeless Council
10/01 Ames, IA – Iowa CCI
10/02 Minneapolis, MN - Minnesota Project
10/03 Chicago, IL – Lake Michigan Federation
10/04 Normal, IL – Community Networking Initiative
10/07 Uniondale, NY – The Retreat
10/08 Uniondale, NY – Living Oceans
10/09 Albany, NY – AuSable River Association
10/10 Albany, NY – Clearwater
12/02 Auburn Hills, MI – Forgotten Harvest
12/03 Cincinnati, OH – Women Helping Women
12/04 Cincinnati, OH – Drop Inn Center
12/05 Rochester, NY – New York Rivers United
12/07 Portland, ME – Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
12/08 Portland, ME - Family Crisis Services
12/10 Philadelphia, PA – Women In Transition
12/11 Philadelphia, PA – Services Empowering Rape Victims
12/12 Hartford, CT – Southpark Inn
12/13 Providence, RI – Save The Bay
12/15 Washington, DC – Campus Green Vote
12/16 Raleigh, NC – Neuse River Foundation

1998

Spring Tour

4/2 Uniondale, NY – Hope For Youth
4/3 Uniondale NY – National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
4/4 Providence RI – Sojourner House
4/5 Providence RI – Rhode Island Community Food Bank
north
Summer Tour

7/15 Portland, OR – Sisters of the Road Cafe
7/16 Quincy, WA – Columbia Riverkeeper
7/17 Quincy, WA – North Columbia Community Action Council
7/19 Mountain View, CA – Christmas in April
7/20 Ventura, CA – Surfrider Foundation
7/24 Houston, TX – Coalition for the Homeless
7/25 Austin, TX – Caritas of Austin
7/26 Dallas, TX – Common Ground
7/29 Maryland Heights, MO – Three River Confluence
7/31 Columbus, OH – FLOW
8/1 East Troy, WI – Clean Water Action Council
8/2 Noblesville, IN – Capitol City Community Garden
8/3 Noblesville, IN – Stopover
8/7 Raleigh, NC – SEEDS
8/8 Columbia, MD – Grass Roots Intervention
8/9 Virginia Beach, VA – Stand Up for Kids
8/11 Burgettstown, PA – Operation Safety Net
8/12 Vernon, NY – Great Lakes United

Fall Tour

10/29 Los Angeles, CA – St. Joseph Center / Bread and Roses Cafe
10/30 Las Vegas, NV – The Shade Tree
11/2 West Valley City, UT – The Homeless Children’s Foundation / Our House
11/4 Denver, CO – Coalition for the Homeless / Stout Street Clinic
11/6 Madison, WI – River Alliance Of Wisconsin
11/7 Chicago, IL – Inspiration Cafe
11/8 Chicago, IL – Friends of the Chicago River
11/9 Chicago, IL – LakeFront SRO Corporation
11/11 Grand Rapids, MI – West Michigan Environmental Action Council
11/13 Cleveland, OH – Urban Gardening Program
11/14 Cincinnati, OH – Mill Creek Restoration Project
11/15 Murfreesboro, TN – The Mathew W. Butler Foundation
11/18 Greenville, SC – Volunteers in Medicine
11/19 Salem, NC – Haw River Assembly
11/20 Hampton, VA – Health Care for the Homeless
11/21 Hampton, VA – Avalon
11/24 New Haven, CT – New Haven Home Recovery
11/25 Albany, NY – Boquet River Association
11/28 Worcester, MA – Regional Environmental Council
11/29 Worcester, MA – Abby’s House

New Years Run

12/28 New York, NY – Common Ground
12/29 New York, NY – World Hunger Year
12/30 New York, NY – Housing Works
12/31 New York, NY – Create

1997

Fall Tour

11/13 Las Vegas, NV – Prescription Help For The Needy
11/14 Salt Lake City, UT – Travelers Aid Society
11/16 Denver, CO – Urban Peak
11/17 Denver, CO – Women’s Bean Project
11/19 Champaign, IL – Center For Women In Transition
11/21 Hampton, VA – Chesapeake Bay Foundation
11/22 Hampton, VA – Hope House
11/23 Winston-Salem, NC – Haw River
11/26 Hartford, CT – Hartford Food System
11/28 Worcester, MA – Abby’s House
11/29 Worcester, MA – Regional Environmental Council
11/30 Worcester, MA – Worcester County Food Bank
12/2 Philadelphia, PA – Committee To End Homelessness
12/3 Philadelphia, PA – Dignity House
12/6 Auburn Hills, MI – Hunger Action Coalition
12/5 Cleveland, OH – Safe Space Station
12/7 Dayton, OH – St. Vincent DePaul Society
12/9 University Park, PA – Second Mile
12/11 Rochester, NY – Rochester Center For Independent Living
12/12 Albany, NY – Homeless Action Committee
12/13 Albany, NY – Hunger Action Network

New Years Run

12/29 New York, NY – The Hope Program
12/30 New York, NY – Community Food Resource Center
12/31 New York, NY – Green Guerrillas