This year for Earth Month, Baykeeper invites Bay Area residents to join us in the Clean Bay Challenge to clean up trash before it hurts San Francisco Bay. Will you help us reach 1,000 volunteer hours to protect the Bay?
Clean Bay Challenge volunteers conduct individual or household cleanups, close to home. By cleaning up in your own neighborhood and at nearby parks and shorelines, you can stay safe while stopping trash before it reaches the Bay.
Plus, with our easy-to-use app, you can log volunteer hours, share pictures, like other posts, and be a part of the Clean Bay Challenge community. It’s a fun way to get active, stay connected, and protect the Bay all at the same time.
Registration is free and everyone is invited to participate. Join us to stop trash in San Francisco Bay!
How the Challenge Works
Registration is free! Invite your friends, family, and co-workers to help log 1,000 hours for the Bay.
Step 2. Download our app and start tracking your activity.
Step 3. Welcome to the Clean Bay Challenge community! Join a regional team, create your own, or just go solo. Record your volunteer time, share photos of your cleanups, and high-five other participants. Together we’ll work toward 1,000 hours cleaning up San Francisco Bay!
Questions? Email us at email@example.com.
1. Who: You! You’ll organize your cleanup at your own time and place, using our guidelines below. Of course, bring along household members to join in!
2. Where: Choose a Bay shoreline, beach, creek, park, storm drain, or city street near you. Make sure your cleanup location is open to the public and away from large crowds.
3. Why: Trash is a serious pollution threat to San Francisco Bay. During the pandemic, there’s been a sharp increase in the use of plastic bags, takeout containers, and other single-use items like gloves and masks.
4. What to plan for your cleanup kit:
5. Safety measures:
6. Additional tips:
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liability waiver: By participating you understand and agree that neither San Francisco Baykeeper nor associated local entities may be held liable or responsible in any way for any injury, death, or other damages incurred by you or any memer of your family or team that may occur as a result of your participation, as a result of product liability, or as a result of negligence, whether passive or active, of any party in connection with the challenge.
Thank you to our Clean Bay Challenge sponsors: