Keep America Beautiful to Conduct Second Annual Signature 'Plogging' Event on Sun., Sept. 20

Leading Nonprofit Brings TrashDash to Hometown, Offers New Virtual Component; Invites Individuals to Participate in Litter Pickup focused on PPE
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STAMFORD, Conn. (Aug. 17, 2020) /3BL Media/– Join Stamford, Connecticut-based Keep America Beautiful®, the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, on Sun., Sept. 20 for the second annual Keep America Beautiful TrashDash™ plogging event and fun run.

20 Ways to Participate in the 2020 Great American Cleanup

The Keep America Beautiful® Great American Cleanup® is the nation’s largest community improvement program, which takes place annually in an estimated 15,000 communities nationwide.

After suspending the Great American Cleanup (GAC) due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Keep America Beautiful rescheduled the signature community improvement program, now taking place through Oct. 18. As the country begins to reopen and individuals are getting back to spending time outdoors, it is as important as ever to help end litter across the nation.

James M. Cox Foundation Donates $1 Million to Support American Rivers

Grant Will Facilitate River Cleanup Awareness and National Employee Cleanup Initiatives
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ATLANTA, March 22, 2017 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of World Water Day, the James M. Cox Foundation announced a $1 million grant to support the efforts of American Rivers to protect and restore the nation’s rivers.

“Rivers are important to our environment and outdoor enjoyment,” said Cox Enterprises Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Alex Taylor, who also chairs the board for American Rivers. “American Rivers does an outstanding job making sure our waterways will be clean for future generations.”

Carnival Shipboard and Shoreside Employees Participate in International Coastal Cleanup Day


Hundreds of Carnival Cruise Line employees, both on board and ashore, did their part to help our environment by participating in the annual International Coastal Cleanup Day, the world’s largest single day cleanup event spearheaded by the Ocean Conservancy.

From Florida and the Caribbean to Central America and Europe, Carnival employees pitched in to clear debris and collect refuse at a variety of seaside destinations, underscoring the cruise line’s ongoing commitment to environmental protection and preservation.

Booz Allen Volunteers Go Wild at the National Zoo


A team of Booz Allen volunteers descended upon the National Zoo in Washington, DC on a brisk October 17th morning to tackle clean-up projects in two of the Zoo’s most popular exhibits: the Bird House Aviary and the Cheetah Conservation Station. Volunteers took on jobs ranging from raking leaves and replacing mulch to shoveling landscaping stones and clearing debris from animal enclosures.

Nestlé Waters North America kicks off community efforts to help improve the nation’s waterways

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September 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ - As people across the country gear up to participate in International Coastal Cleanup Day on September 19, hundreds of Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) volunteers are rolling up their sleeves at more than 20 locations around the United States to help remove litter and debris from local rivers and streams.

Nestlé Waters North America Sponsors Mill Creek Revitalization Project

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On Saturday, July 25 more than two dozen volunteers equipped with shovels, rakes and crowbars removed litter and debris from Mill Creek, a tributary to the Santa Ana River located in Chino, CA.

As part of Nestlé Waters North America’s (NWNA) flagship Healthy Waterways Initiative, the Arrowhead Brand Mountain Spring Water brand has sponsored a series of such clean-ups with partner, Inland Empire Waterkeeper (IEWK).

A Second Chance; Pelicans, Oil, and Hope For a Renewable Energy Future


Center for Resource Solutions intern Allison Ford recently returned from the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, where she worked on animal rescue and oil cleanup.


Center for Resource Solutions intern Allison Ford recently returned from the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, where she worked on animal rescue and oil cleanup.

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