Join more than 1,500 people from schools, businesses, church groups, and other community organisations to help clean up beach and public areas. After the cleanup, volunteers are invited to join a brunch, from 10am to noon. This annual environmental awareness activity was first introduced in 1997 and now marks the official kick off of an entire month of Earth Week activities.
The Chamber encourages the entire community of residents, schools, businesses and Government agencies to come out and participate in this important initiative to help keep Cayman a clean, healthy and beautiful place to live. The first 800 volunteers will receive a free Earth Day T-shirt.
To volunteer please send an email. All volunteers will be provided with latex gloves, garbage bags and refreshments.
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