Thursday, April 19, 2012

Volunteer for Community Clean-up on Sundays

We are happy to pass along this call for volunteers to clean up DC's public spaces. This sounds like it could be a good opportunity for high schoolers looking for fulfill their community service requirements before graduation -- or for anyone who would like to have some healthy activity, meet great people, and make the city a better place to live, all at the same time.

Dear Fellow Community Members,

I am a project leader for Common Ground Community Clean Up, a local nonprofit project that seeks to keep public spaces inWashington DC visibly cleaner, which may aid in a reduction to under-utilization or an increase of public safety and aesthetic pleasure. 

We are currently looking for volunteers in neighborhoods across DC who can help us choose places to clean up and participate in the clean up process. If you would like to volunteer, please email me or my co-leader, Chelsea, at the email addresses below. It is our hope that together we can make this a regular project engaging our communities in a positive way.

Interested volunteers will sign up to clean a different public place in their community for one hour every other Sunday morning.

If you're interested in volunteering for this project, please contact Perry Yates, Perry.Yates @ or Chelsea D'Angona, Chelsea.DAngona @

Perry Yates
Common Ground Community Clean Up

1 comment:

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