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United States of America

All Rotary, Rotaract, and Interact Clubs are invited to participate in the 39th Annual California Coastal Clean-up Day on Saturday, September 23rd from 9 AM to 12 noon. Let's roll up our sleeves and help protect our environment: one of Rotary's Seven Areas of Focus. Plus, all three counties of District 5150 have coastlines and beaches to protect.  

This project is open to all age groups and abilities, and guests and potential members are welcome, too. You and your club can start your own clean-up project or join forces with other Rotary / Rotaract / Interact clubs, community organizations, and volunteers to clean up the same area.

Select a county to view established clean-up projects for 2023:

Since the start of California Coastal Clean-up Day in 1985, over one million Californians have removed over 20 million pounds of trash and recyclables from our state’s beaches, lakes, and waterways. District 5150 Clubs have participated in the clean-up efforts in recent years, including 16 clubs in 2022! Let's increase that number in 2023! The District 5150 Community Service Committee is encouraging all Rotary members to consider supporting the State's largest annual volunteer event and help clean up trash from the environment before the rains come and wash it out to the coast and ocean.

We hope to have more clubs, even if only a few can from each club, participating this year. To be included in the list participating from our District or for questions or more information about this event, please contact Rotarian Sylvia Barry or call her at 415-717-0293.