Volunteers Needed!

ILACSD promotes sustainability each and every day, including cleanup days.  To cut down on waste at Creek to Bay, please bring your own reusable water bottle, and reusable clean up supplies such as buckets, burlap bags, and work gloves.  This will reduce how many plastic bags, plastic cups, and single-use gloves we throw away at this event. Show off your creativity and reuse by Blinging Your Bucket!  More details available here.

Support ILACSD!

Do you love the beach? Or maybe a local canyon? You must love something about the great outdoors if you are volunteering to keep it clean at the Creek to Bay Cleanup. We recognize and appreciate you giving your time to volunteer with us, and we hate to ask anything else. But we do have one more request…Can you Give A Buck for the Environment? That’s right, we’re asking each and every Creek to Bay volunteer to give $1 (or more) to help offset the cost of this countywide cleanup effort. Simply bring a dollar with you to the cleanup and place it in the donation box when you check in. Your donation will help to pay for things like water, snack bars, bags, gloves and other cleanup supplies. If every volunteer donates just $1, we would raise $6,000! If you forget your donation, you can always donate on our website anytime!

Again, thank you for the time that you devote to keeping San Diego clean and please consider our request to #GiveABuck for the environment?

Creek to Bay Scout Patches PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 24 April 2015 15:29

To thank scout troops and youth volunteers, ILACSD provides commemorative event patches each year, shown below.  To request patches, fill out our order form here within 2 weeks of the cleanup.  ILACSD will contact you to either pick up your patches from our office or to notify you that the patches have been mailed out.   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with any questions.


How Do I Sign Up to Volunteer? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 28 March 2012 10:38

Step 1: Review cleanup sites, all scheduled for Saturday, April 25th from 9AM - 12noon.  Each site is posted on the cleanup sites page, with maps, directions, and instructions for volunteers.  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you have a large group (25+) so we can make sure the site will accommodate your volunteers.  If possible, consider an inland site highlighted in red, meaning it is in need of volunteers.  Aim to volunteer near your community so you can participate locally rather than commuting to clean up.  Sites are organized by zone and by community so you can find one near your neighborhood.

Step 2: Recruit volunteers!  Once you know an estimate of your volunteer count, you can sign everyone up under your name.  Click here to download the digital event flyer to help you spread the word.

Step 3: Register on the website!  Click the register button if you are a new volunteer, or the login button if you have registered for Creek to Bay before.  If you forgot your email address or password, you can have it sent to you to complete your registration.

Step 4: Print out waivers to sign for you and your group.  Extras will be available on hand if you have last minute volunteers or if anyone forgets their waiver form, but it helps speed up registration if you have your form signed and ready to hand in.

Step 5: Gather reusable cleanup supplies to bring to the event to reduce waste.  Helpful examples include a reusable water bottle, bucket to collect trash, and gardening or work gloves.


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