September 18th is National Clean Up Day and if you’re looking for a family friendly activity that gives back to the planet, look into your local clean up efforts to help beautify your local park, trails and neighborhoods.
As part of the Clean Up Day efforts in 2020, Planet Oat supported Clean Trails in picking up more than 3 million pounds of trash across the country. This year, they are hoping to make even more of an impact and are encouraging volunteers to get out in their community and help rid our planet of litter!
Your small efforts can help make a large impact and you can be a part of the thousands who have already joined the Planet Oat Project, a pledge to support organizations that better the world we live in.
On Saturday, September 18th, Planet Oat and Clean Trails are encouraging Americans to get involved and help keep their communities clean by participating in their nationwide Clean Up Day efforts. For more details on clean ups near you and to learn other ways you can get involved visit: https://www.nationalcleanupday.org/join-a-cleanup
NYC: Join Planet Oat & Clean Trails at the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy (334 Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201)
LA: Join Planet Oat & Clean Trails at the Pan Pacific Park at 7600 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Want to find a clean up near you? Check out www.planetoat.com/planetoatproject to find a local clean up day event in your area and learn more about all the ways Planet Oat is helping make our Earth a better place through The Planet Oat Project, a campaign dedicated to supporting nonprofits across earth, wildlife and water conservation.
So grab a trash bag and some gloves and help keep our planet clean this Clean Up Day. Be sure to tag @planetoat on Instagram to showcase how you supported National Clean Up Day this year!
What are you doing for National Clean Up Day? Share it with us below in the comments or on Instagram @limorloves!
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored. Planet Oat is a sponsor of Limor Media, which owns limorloves.com.