Thank you for your support!
Support the ACEL student leaders in their service learning project!
What can high school students do about the water crisis in our region?
ACEL students will challenge hundreds of Fresno County high school students to research solutions to the water crisis and to produce films to educate the public. The Film Festival Premiere will be held in May, 2015. Best videos will be submitted to KVPT public television and will be displayed throughout the community. There are great benefits for both the students and our community.
The cost of the Youth Water Film Festival Project is $7,000, including publicity, prizes, theater rental, equipment, field trips, refreshments, etc. Tax-deductable donations of any amount are welcome!
1. With a check to “ACEL,” with a note to direct it to the Water project. Leave it at the front desk or send it to
ACEL Water project
1713 Tulare St. Ste. 202
Fresno CA 93721
2. Use the PayPal button on this page.
Related projects being considered:
A. Organize Water Leadership Camps at Scout Island Outdoor Ed. Center (FCOE). ACEL student leaders would guide middle school students in low ropes leadership activities and guide activities to plan water conservation projects.
B. Design and make a water system interactive display at Grizzly Stadium.
C. Students develop a water conservation project with print and social media to get ACEL families and other Fresno County families to conserve water.
D. Engage in service projects to demonstrate innovative water conservation. Students are already engaged in meadow restoration, permaculture and forest management.