Materials for this year’s Drinking Water Week celebration are available to download through AWWA’s website. This year’s Drinking Water Week is May 7-13. Drinking Water Week materials can be used by members to engage with consumers, public officials and media about the reliability of drinking water and the professionals associated with delivering water from collection to consumption. Selected materials are available in English and Spanish. AWWA will be leading a social media campaign throughout Drinking Water Week. Subsequent advisories will provide guidance on how utilities can engage with that campaign. Initial campaign materials include: Logos Suggested social media posts Mayoral and gubernatorial proclamations Press releases Children’s activity sheets More materials will be added in the coming weeks, including examples of how other utilities recognize and celebrate Drinking Water Week. The children’s materials may be useful during Drinking Water Week as part of classroom lessons for elementary and high school children. More resources are available for children on DrinkTap’s Kid's Place . For other celebration ideas, such as in-person community gatherings, art contests, or utilizing the opportunity to publicize the release of your consumer confidence report, visit Drinking Water Week’s webpage . Questions can be directed to Megan McDowell in AWWA’s communications department.