Finished cleaning up? Here’s what to do next.
Return all data forms to Ocean Conservancy after ensuring that you have included the cleanup location and total number of participants as well as the final amount of trash collected.
Ways to submit your data:
Survey your cleanup team post-event. Encourage everyone to share experiences, stories and pictures about what they saw. This might encourage others to attend future events—and now is the time to start planning. Get volunteers onboard while their enthusiasm is high!
Send out an email saying, “Look what we did!” Include how many friends, family and community members joined in, and how many pounds of trash were collected.
Collect lessons learned and best practices for future activities.
Share photos from the event with your community, and consider uploading photos to Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup Flickr account.
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Ready to organize your own cleanup? Here’s what to do next.
Ready to start cleaning up? Here’s what to do next.
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