|Become a 2017 Sponsor|
In order to ensure the success of the Creek to Bay Cleanup, I Love A Clean San Diego relies on sponsorship and donations to purchase the necessary supplies and equipment. Creek to Bay is a great way to align your company with the environment, and the countywide nature of the event offers potential sponsors recognition throughout the region. If you are interested in sponsoring the 2017 Creek to Bay Cleanup or an upcoming ILACSD event, please contact Janelle Hickey at 619-704-2778. For more information on sponsorship, including levels of giving and associated benefits, click here to download the 2017 Creek to Bay Sponsorship Packet.
As San Diego's most influential advocate for sustainability, I Love A Clean San Diego is an environmental catalyst, awakening passion and inspiring action, empowering everyone to improve the health and beauty of our local environment. For over sixty years, we've brought out the best in all of us together for a lasting, positive impact on our region. We are passion in action.
Why Support the Environment?
Environmental work is more important now than ever before, as evidenced by society’s growing interest in, and reliance upon, our natural resources and open spaces including California’s rivers, bays, and coastlines. The health of our ocean and waterways directly impacts the success of California’s business interests, and ultimately the economy. Be a part of the solution while giving back to the community.
What is the Creek to Bay Cleanup?
The Creek to Bay Cleanup is a countywide event boasting an excess of 100 cleanup locations, each staffed by trained volunteer site captains. The mission of the event is to engage community members in removing debris from San Diego’s beaches, waterways, canyons, and parks. This cleanup strives to reach a diversified cross-section of San Diego County, with half coastal and half inland locations, emphasizing the fact that almost 80% of marine debris originates inland. All of these areas are integral parts of San Diego’s eleven watersheds, and every piece of litter is a potential piece of marine debris. Inland volunteers help to illustrate one of the event’s key messages: We are connected to the coast and oceans by our rivers, streams, and storm drains. The solution to ocean pollution is litter prevention and protection of all areas throughout the watershed.
Why Support the Creek to Bay Cleanup?
As economic factors cause local jurisdictions to cut funding to certain programs, the importance of volunteerism has increased dramatically. Park maintenance departments are stretched thin, and aren't able to spend the necessary time to clean up and maintain local beaches, parks, and open space areas. ILACSD believes it's a more judicial use of time and resources to engage volunteers to clean their own communities rather than lobby the government for additional funds. Show your dedication to community enhancement and the environment in San Diego County by supporting the Creek to Bay Cleanup.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 December 2016 10:55|