New materials, including social media graphics, are available to download through AWWA’s website for this year’s Drinking Water Week celebration, which will be 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 diversity of dedicated professionals associated with delivering water from collection to consumption. AWWA recently added six ready-made social media graphics cropped to optimal sizes for use on social media platforms Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram. AWWA is encouraging increased engagement from young people through a social media campaign on Instagram during Drinking Water Week. The campaign is designed to raise awareness about the different water challenges that utilities face and the solutions they provide. Additional materials available to download include: Logos Suggested social media posts Mayoral and gubernatorial proclamations Radio public service announcements Press release templates covering the following topics: Introduction of Drinking Water Week Resilience of water infrastructure Importance of drinking water infrastructure Children’s activity sheets Children’s artwork contest details More resources, including classroom lessons for elementary and high school children, are available on DrinkTap’s Kid's Place . For other celebration ideas, visit Drinking Water Week’s webpage . Questions can be directed to Megan McDowell in AWWA’s communications department.