EARTH DAY SEATTLE CLEANUP
Clean up any Seattle park on Earth Day with EARTHDAY.ORG and Seattle Parks Foundation. Pick up supplies Pratt Park at 9am April 22nd. There, volunteers will be split up into groups and will clean up all parks in the area.
If you have any questions the day of please call Steve Jewett at 858-663-7019
Join your Microsoft colleagues for The Great Global Cleanup.
The theme of Earth Day 2023 is “Invest In Our Planet” – focusing on the importance of collaborating in a partnership for the planet. During the month of April, we are teaming up with EARTHDAY.ORG to show what impact our Global Community – working together can have on a common purpose.
Thank you for your participation – we look forward to hearing about your Earth Day 2023!
CHOOSE WHETHER YOU WANT TO:
- Join a Public Cleanup
- Create Your Own Cleanup
Join a Public Cleanup
- You can find a public cleanup on the Global Cleanup Map to join near you.
- Contact the cleanup organizer for the event you want to join
- Relax and know your work has helped your community and planet.
- Once you finished your event be sure to log your volunteer hours through the Microsoft Give Portal
- If no public cleanup is available, please create your own cleanup.
Create Your Own Cleanup
- Check out the Microsoft Cleanup Tool Kit here
- Select a location, such as a nearby park, river, or trail to clean up
- Register Your Cleanup on the Register Your Own Cleanup form
- Invite Your Microsoft Colleagues to join
- Take pictures and have fun!
Share Your Cleanup Stories
- Record your volunteer hours through the Microsoft Give Portal
About Microsoft sustainability
Our commitments: We work to ensure that technology is inclusive, trusted, and increases sustainability.
In 2020, we announced our sustainability commitments and detailed plans for working towards a more sustainable future.
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Reducing your waste while at home! Ready to help us in our global campaign to build clean communities? Learn more about how you can help as an individual.
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