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Nothin’ But Sand Beach Cleanup
February 19 @ 10:00 am
There are only 100 spots available for this cleanup, register today.
Due to limited capacity, we ask that you only attend if you or your group have preregistered for the February cleanup. Sign up for our newsletter to stay in the know about where we’ll be next in Los Angeles.
We provide the supplies, all you need to do is register, sign a waiver*, and show up! (ONLY individuals under 18 bring a signed waiver*)
All COVID-19 safety guidelines and recommendations will be followed, masks are recommended but not required for vaccinated participants.
Each volunteer registers individually unless they are with a group or family
- Individuals under 18: reserve a ticket and bring a signed waiver form to the cleanup
- Families: Reserve a ticket and write in the names of partner/children
- Groups: Reserve a ticket and write in the names of group members
- Sold out? There are only 100 spots available for this cleanup. We will host another Nothin’ But Sand cleanup next month. Sign up for our newsletter and get information on our next cleanup so you can plan ahead.
Sign a Waiver
- Individuals over 18 and Families sign a virtual waiver through Eventbrite (when reserving a ticket)
- Group and Individuals Under 18 must bring a signed waiver form to the cleanup.
- Service hour forms will be signed by a beach captain at the end of the cleanup. Please request a service hour forms the day of the cleanup as we cannot verify service hours after the event
- Help us make Nothin’ But Sand a zero-waste event by bringing your own buckets, garden gloves, and a reusable mask and water bottle
- Be prepared to be outside for 2-3 hours. Beach weather can be unpredictable, so we recommend dressing in layers. Water is available at all cleanups.
- If you have any questions or concerns please email Emely Garcia, our Beach Programs Manager, at email@example.com
We would like to acknowledge that this cleanup will take place on the traditional lands of the Tongva and Chumash People, and we pay respect to elders both past and present.