let’s do this together
HUGE THANKS to everyone who supported us this year for the cleanup. Bookmark this page and join us for Beverly Cleanup 2022.
Spring has sprung. The leaves are sprouting, birds are chirping, and kids are playing outdoors. What if you could spend a few hours on a Saturday making your community a better place to live in?
We invite you to join us on Saturday, May 15th for this year’s Beverly Cleanup. Hundreds of local volunteers will be dispatched throughout Beverly and its adjacent neighbourhoods to collect debris and add a touch of beauty to our community. We want to cultivate a clean and safe place for all.
You can lend a hand by joining us for at least one of two shifts:
- FIRST SHIFT: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
- SECOND SHIFT: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
If you like, you can specify your clean-up location when you register. Registration will take place outside in socially distanced line-ups. Supplies will be provided when you arrive. To ensure that we have sufficient food supplies for everyone, please register in advance. Look for more details below.
Please register here.
Got questions? Send us an email.
After each shift, all volunteers can enjoy a free hotdog meal for pick-up. These will be provided in Covid-safe packaging. The hot dogs will be Halal. The first shift meal can be picked up at 12:00 pm and the second at 4:00 pm.
When you check-in, you will be dispatched to a specific area with a litter kit, a map with directions, a bottle of water, and a mask. Each litter kit will contain a litter grabber, pair of gloves, two medium garbage bags, and two large garbage bags. Once your shift is over, tell us how you did, and the next shift will pick up where you left off.
Check-in will take place at the Abbotsfield Recreation Centre at 3006 – 119 Ave (map). This will also be where you return your full refuse bags. Our volunteer meal will also be hosted at this location.
Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.– Desmond Tutu
We will be covering the neighbourhoods south of the Yellowhead Trail, between 50th Street and Victoria Trail. With enough volunteers, we hope to cover many of the parks and green spaces in the region as well.
Many local groups and agencies played a role in making this event happen. We are thankful for the Beverly Business Association, Tegler Youth Centre, Candora Society of Edmonton, Crosspoint Church, City of Edmonton, Edmonton Public Libraries, Rundle Health Centre, and Abbotsfield Recreation Centre.