Join us on Thursday, March 31st for a cleanup at Seward Park in honor of César Chávez Day of Service!
César Chávez’s selfless dedication to farm workers and worker rights, economic justice, civil rights, environmental justice, peace, nonviolence, and community empowerment, is a monumental legacy that will inspire all and the generations to come. Puget Soundkeeper, in conjunction with Washington Service Corps, strives to honor his legacy by holding a beach cleanup in service to our aquatic and human communities.
The cleanup will last from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm and we will provide all the supplies you need. Feel free to bring your own trash grabber, bucket, or gloves if you would like. As the event gets closer, we will send volunteers an email with more details. Space is limited to twenty volunteers, so make sure to sign up quickly!
Please note, volunteers must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and wear masks when gathered. Please do not attend the event if you have any COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. Email Gillian@pugetsoundkeeper.org if you have any questions about this.
To register, please complete this form: César Chávez Day of Service (everyaction.com)
If you are under 18 years old and will be attending the event without an adult, please complete this form before the event: Liability Form