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The beautiful trails and coast are a part of who we are as Canadians. It binds us together, no matter where we live. Sadly, too much trash is choking our environment. More than eight million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean annually. And while no silver bullet exists, CLEANUP FOR GOOD in partnership with Let's Do It Foundation, and a group of passionate volunteers, lead the world's largest volunteer effort to keep the beaches, trails, and ocean free of trash on World Cleanup Day.

Help us continue this tradition and connect your company or self indelibly to the best assets of Canada by joining the annual World Cleanup Day event (18 September 2021 – 3rd Saturday of September). World Cleanup Day is a cause and an event that Canadians identify with and love, one that raises awareness about environmental health and keeps our beaches and trails clean.

The volunteers' simple actions ensure that millions of items of trash, primarily plastics, do not reach the ocean where they would otherwise threaten marine wildlife, ocean habitats, and the people and communities that depend on a healthy and thriving ocean.

Together with our global charity partners, Let’s Do It Foundation, CLEANUP FOR GOOD empowers citizen scientists of any age and from any walk of life to make a difference. These passionate individuals don’t just keep harmful plastics from entering the ocean; they tally every item of trash they find on the mobile data app, Clean Swell if so desired.

This vital information contributes to the world’s largest database on ocean plastics and debris, which inspires and informs durable policies and solutions up and down the pollution pipeline. The global snapshot of the most persistent items of ocean trash is published annually in our Ocean Trash Index, which is routinely cited by the media, the public, and decision-makers alike.

Perhaps most exciting, you’ll have the opportunity to mobilize your employees in an environmental ethic that starts locally, yet unites with others across the globe to effect significant and positive change for the health of our ocean and waterways. And with our mobile app, Clean Swell, we can instantaneously track the collective cleanup impact of your global employee base.

World Cleanup Day is organized by CLEANUP FOR GOOD in Canada, in partnership with a network of like-minded local and global organizations and committed volunteers. While we coordinate the event, the Cleanup is not a government-funded event. Instead, we rely on donations and sponsorship to make the event successful.

Involvement in WORLD CLEANUP DAY CANADA provides a way for individuals, companies, and organizations to contribute to a cleaner, healthier Canada.

What: A Canada-wide volunteer event in support of the environment that engages hundreds of thousands of volunteers locally, and millions globally each year, removing tons of trash from our beaches, shorelines, and inland trails.
When: Kicking off Saturday, September 18 - December 18, 2021
Where: 920+ inland and shoreline sites across the territory
Why: To protect our communities’ health and beauty, and prevent the trash from entering our ocean where it can harm marine wildlife. Hong Kong is known throughout the world for its scenic and accessible trails and coastline. Volunteers come together every fall to ensure that our coast and inland waterways remain scenic, safe, and healthy for all to enjoy.

How: CLEANUP FOR GOOD manages the national event in partnership with sponsors, local government, and a network of local and global organizations
By partnering with World Cleanup Day Canada, your company is joining a global movement that not only keeps our beaches and trails clean but also raises unparalleled awareness about the problems and solutions for pollution.

You can participate as an individual, or we have corporate packages available to suit all budgets. Your support for this event would be a great contribution to the Canadian community and environment. Please let us know if you’d like to schedule a call or meeting.

Currently, we are looking for support with:

  • Provincial leaders, sponsors, media partners, social media, design, and participating companies and individuals. The beautiful trails and coast are a part of who we are as Canadians. It binds us together, no matter where we live. Sadly, too much trash is choking our environment. More than eight million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean annually. And while no silver bullet exists, CLEANUP FOR GOOD in partnership with Let's Do It Foundation, and a group of passionate volunteers, lead the world's largest volunteer effort to keep the beaches, trails, and ocean free of trash on World Cleanup Day.
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Birendra Poudel
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The beautiful trails and coast are a part of who we are as Canadians. It binds us together, no matter where we live. Sadly, too much trash is choking our environment. More than eight million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean annually. And while no silver bullet exists, CLEANUP FOR GOOD in partnership with Let's Do It Foundation, and a group of passionate volunteers, lead the world's largest volunteer effort to keep the beaches, trails, and ocean free of trash on World Cleanup Day.

Help us continue this tradition and connect your company or self indelibly to the best assets of Canada by joining the annual World Cleanup Day event (18 September 2021 – 3rd Saturday of September). World Cleanup Day is a cause and an event that Canadians identify with and love, one that raises awareness about environmental health and keeps our beaches and trails clean.

The volunteers' simple actions ensure that millions of items of trash, primarily plastics, do not reach the ocean where they would otherwise threaten marine wildlife, ocean habitats, and the people and communities that depend on a healthy and thriving ocean.

Together with our global charity partners, Let’s Do It Foundation, CLEANUP FOR GOOD empowers citizen scientists of any age and from any walk of life to make a difference. These passionate individuals don’t just keep harmful plastics from entering the ocean; they tally every item of trash they find on the mobile data app, Clean Swell if so desired.

This vital information contributes to the world’s largest database on ocean plastics and debris, which inspires and informs durable policies and solutions up and down the pollution pipeline. The global snapshot of the most persistent items of ocean trash is published annually in our Ocean Trash Index, which is routinely cited by the media, the public, and decision-makers alike.

Perhaps most exciting, you’ll have the opportunity to mobilize your employees in an environmental ethic that starts locally, yet unites with others across the globe to effect significant and positive change for the health of our ocean and waterways. And with our mobile app, Clean Swell, we can instantaneously track the collective cleanup impact of your global employee base.

World Cleanup Day is organized by CLEANUP FOR GOOD in Canada, in partnership with a network of like-minded local and global organizations and committed volunteers. While we coordinate the event, the Cleanup is not a government-funded event. Instead, we rely on donations and sponsorship to make the event successful.

Involvement in WORLD CLEANUP DAY CANADA provides a way for individuals, companies, and organizations to contribute to a cleaner, healthier Canada.

What: A Canada-wide volunteer event in support of the environment that engages hundreds of thousands of volunteers locally, and millions globally each year, removing tons of trash from our beaches, shorelines, and inland trails.
When: Kicking off Saturday, September 18 - December 18, 2021
Where: 920+ inland and shoreline sites across the territory
Why: To protect our communities’ health and beauty, and prevent the trash from entering our ocean where it can harm marine wildlife. Hong Kong is known throughout the world for its scenic and accessible trails and coastline. Volunteers come together every fall to ensure that our coast and inland waterways remain scenic, safe, and healthy for all to enjoy.

How: CLEANUP FOR GOOD manages the national event in partnership with sponsors, local government, and a network of local and global organizations
By partnering with World Cleanup Day Canada, your company is joining a global movement that not only keeps our beaches and trails clean but also raises unparalleled awareness about the problems and solutions for pollution.

You can participate as an individual, or we have corporate packages available to suit all budgets. Your support for this event would be a great contribution to the Canadian community and environment. Please let us know if you’d like to schedule a call or meeting.

Currently, we are looking for support with:

  • Provincial leaders, sponsors, media partners, social media, design, and participating companies and individuals. The beautiful trails and coast are a part of who we are as Canadians. It binds us together, no matter where we live. Sadly, too much trash is choking our environment. More than eight million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean annually. And while no silver bullet exists, CLEANUP FOR GOOD in partnership with Let's Do It Foundation, and a group of passionate volunteers, lead the world's largest volunteer effort to keep the beaches, trails, and ocean free of trash on World Cleanup Day.
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If you want to represent this country and manage upcoming cleanup events, please fill out the form below.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
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Country Leader
Lisa Christensen
Team Leader
Birendra Poudel
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