Over 160 Garbage Bags of Trash and Recyclables Collected!

We are pleased to share that our first clean-up event at Jones Point Park on April 16 was a huge success.

Danielle Griffith tallying the impact from the Jones Point clean-up event.
Danielle Griffith and Katie Blackman of Potomac Conservancy tallying the impact from the Jones Point clean-up event.
Patrick Moran removing an old tire from the beach.
Patrick Moran removing an old tire from the beach.

Over 70 volunteers from all across the area gathered over 160 bags of trash and recyclables during our first clean-up event at Jones Point Park, co-hosted with Potomac Conservancy.

Thank you so much to all of the volunteers, our co-host Potomac Conservancy, our sponsors, MOM’s Organic Market in Alexandria and Ben & Jerry’s at the National Harbor! This wouldn’t have been possible without YOU!

You can see more pictures from the event HERE!

Our next clean-up event will be likely be in August. Stay tuned for updates!

Danielle Griffith and the rest of the Clean-Up volunteers
Danielle Griffith getting ready with all of our amazing volunteers.

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