Volunteer opportunities

Calling all photographers and videographers
17th September 2022 is the 5th anniversary of World Cleanup Day and we’re on a mission to engage 5% of the world's population. The goal of World Cleanup Day is not just to clean up our streets, forests and beaches with millions of people taking action on the same day, but first and foremost create a shift in society and work towards a waste-free world. 
We hope that soon we don’t even need a World Cleanup Day!


We ask you to show the power of cooperation: how the simple act of picking up trash can create bridges in society, and unite us to achieve the impossible by joining together. The power of visuals can unite us together in diversity. 

Powerful images touch us deeply - and have the power to create change on its own. 

Whether you’re shooting fashion editorials, landscapes, wildlife, architecture, still life or portraits, short films or documentaries, we invite you to show us World Cleanup Day 2022 through your lens on the 17th September 2022 - the beauty of cooperation and common goals,  people achieving incredible things, and the reconnection with nature in all forms.
Here is what we ask you to do:

The selected submissions will be added to the World Cleanup Day 2022 Digital Exhibition.
It will be presented during 2022 and 2023 around the globe in different events. 

Sign up as a contributing photographer / videographer

Send up to 10 images / videos of the day and transfer these to merilyn.keskula@ldiw.org or via WeTransfer. Please add your name and location of the cleanup as the file name.
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Let´s Do It World is a global civic organization that started from Estonia, mobilizing people worldwide in joining local, national and regional clean-up events. Among other projects, it is the founder of World Cleanup Day: an action that has taken place in 191 countries, with over 60 million participants over the last 4 years. 

Let's Do It! organisation was first conceived in Estonia in 2008, where a national clean-up action called Let's do it!  cleaned up 10000 tons of illegal waste by more than 50000 volunteers in one day. Following Estonia's lead, many countries also started their own country clean-up events. Let's Do It World is an accredited member of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).