Global Youth Service Day - Lee County
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Young people are powerful change agents when they lead ASAP through Awareness, Service, Advocacy, and Philanthropy to achieve the Global Goals and meet critical health, education, human service, human rights, and the environmental needs.
This year Global Youth Service Day - Lee County (GYSD) will consist of 10 different projects at Lovers Key State Park. Projects include invasive exotic plant removal, beach cleanup, painting projects, assembling recycle bins, plantings, and more!
We need 100 volunteers, ages 12-24 to join accomplish our goals. STAY TUNED - online registration will open in early March on the Keep Lee County Beautiful website at klcb.org. You can also learn more on the Keep Lee County Beautiful Facebook page.
We also need youth leaders to lead groups of 10 in each project. Please email Trish@klcb.org if you would like to be considered for a youth leader position.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc.
1415 Colonial Blvd #2, Fort Myers, FL 33907, US
The mission of Keep Lee County Beautiful is to inspire, educate, and engage the Lee County community in improving, beautifying, and protecting our environment.
The Keep Lee County Beautiful organization was established at the directrion of concerned community leaders from the public and private sector. KLCB was certified by its parent organization, Keep America Beautiful, Inc., and was granted a non-profit status as an environmental corporation in February 1990. It is responsible for coordinating and implementing a countywide litter education and prevention program involving the business community, local governments, organizations and individuals.
8700 Estero BoulevardFort Myers Beach, FL 33931
January 3, 2022
- Must be at least 12
- Check-in begins at 8:45 AM. Projects begin at 9:00 AM followed by lunch at noon. We will be wrapped up by 1:00 PM at the latest.