If you would like to help, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com or by completing the Contact form. We will be able to lend you litter picking equipment and provide guidance.
There is no expectation that you will litter pick every day. All we ask is that you try to get out as often as you can so that we can make a real difference.
Filled bags should be tied securely and left so that they can be seen easily from the road, by a street sign or bin is perfect. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org saying how many bags there are and where they have been left. Please add pictures if you have them as this helps us to identify where they are.
The safety of our volunteers is paramount and we ask all volunteers to follow our Volunteer Guidance and Risk Assessment in order to keep themselves safe. We can provide you will a hi-viz vest, gloves and goggles if you need them, please ask for them when you register.
We love to have children and young people involved in litter picking. All children and young people should be closely supervised while litter picking in order to avoid contact with potential hazards. Adult volunteers must ensure that any instructions given to the children and young people are appropriate for their age or stage of development. Please refer to our Volunteer Guidance for more information.
Our volunteer supporters regularly arrange community and group litter picks. These are a great opportunity to meet other volunteers in a friendly and sociable setting. All group picks are advertised on our Facebook page, there’s no need to book so please just turn up and we will have equipment that you can borrow for the session.
Our volunteer supporters regularly work with local businesses to litter pick in and around specific areas. Please get in touch if you would like to help.
If you find that you are no longer able to litter pick for whatever reason, please get in touch and we will arrange to collect the equipment back from you.