The central warehouse for all the water donations is now up to about 62,000 cases of water with more big donations expected this week, including a shipment from singer Cher of more than 180,000 bottles.
And now the ones hurting the most, are doing their best to give back; cooking meals for the emergency responders.
Katelynn Howerton, who lives in Flint says "it's nice that everyone's helping but one pack of water and they want you to do a lot. If you have four little kids, one pack of water you can't bath all of them in that, let alone do your dishes."
People living in Flint are struggling to get their hands on enough bottled water to get their families through each day not trusting the water even with government supplied filters.
Reverend Jesse Jackson, is the latest big national name in town, guiding the people of flint during a Sunday morning service. "The people of Flint have been betrayed. They have been given poison water and told it was pure, and healthy, when it was corrosive and sick."
The reverend then went on to call Flint a crime scene, where the effects of this disaster will be felt for years. "It's a disaster zone and that's why it should be funded as such, and the government should be directly involved, it should not wait for the state."
Meanwhile, more volunteers, the Red Cross, the National Guard, police and firefighters ramp up the labor, some working more than 12 hours a day.