What a great day, thank you! 14 volunteers came together to pick up 1,100 pounds of garbage!
Kitsap’s Department of Human Services, Public Health District, and the Parks Department are coordinating sincere efforts to take care of people living unsheltered in our neighborhoods and maintain a clean environment. This team has identified a large project at Veterans Memorial Park in Port Orchard and we are only too eager to help out.
The status of the people living in the park has been in a state of constant flux and they have been hard to make contact with. Our priority going on on August 4th will be to clean up litter and, with any luck, meet some people, establish relationships, and discover some needs that we can start working to meet.
Come join us for a couple hours of fun, dirty work to leave our environment a little cleaner and share a little dignity and humanity with our neighbors!
To join us, sign up here!
If you aren’t able to join us, please consider donating to help feed our volunteers lunch :) Select the “Special Projects - Environmental Hospitality Food Fund” to tag your donation. Any excess donations will be used to feed volunteers at future events.
VOLUNTEERS RECOMMENDED TO BRING:
Bring a wheelbarrow if it’s not too inconvenient
Tall Rubber Boots
Change of clothes for afterwards
Your own gloves if you’ve got a pair you like
If you bring a camera or plan to use your phone to take pictures, please be very respectful about who and what you snap. We are cleaning around people’s homes so ask before taking a picture of people, tents, or belongings.
PROVIDED BY NWH:
PROVIDED BY KITSAP COUNTY
Trash bags & No Dump Fees