Each year, a Community Service Project is done in conjunction with the Water Environment Federation’s annual conference, WEFTEC.

In 2022, the Community Service project will be on Oct. 8 at St. Augustine High School in New Orleans. The objectives of the annual service projects are to give back, solve community water-related issues and raise awareness about the value of water. WEF invites you to make a difference in the WEFTEC host city by giving a direct donation to the 2022 WEF Community Service Project.

Personal and corporate donations at any level are welcome and appreciated!

Serving Since 2008!

Since 2008, the WEF Community Service Project has made a significant impact on several WEFTEC host cities, creating more than 6 rain gardens, 8 bioswales, 2 outdoor classrooms, and 1 stormwater managing walkway, all of which include hundreds of native plantings.



More on the WEF Community Service Project

The future of the Community Service Project is bright and as each year passes, the projects get larger, the number of volunteers increases, and the impact grows. Help us continue this tradition by making a donation or volunteering to help with this year's project!

Our Students and Young Professionals Community Service Project has been awarded a Power of A Silver Award from ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership! This award, the association industry’s highest honor, recognizes the association community’s valuable contributions on the local, national, and global levels.