Provided by Keep Prince William Beautiful
Keep Prince William Beautiful (KPWB) has many volunteer and donation opportunities this fall. If you are interested in helping out with a litter cleanup event or recycling education, please check out the information below. This is a great way to make a huge impact in your community.
All of our programs rely on generous donations from people in the community. Each and every program KPWB takes place in Prince William County. It’s a great feeling knowing your generosity will provide the resources and support to help make a difference in the local community. Any donations made through the Birdies for Charity program, running through Oct. 21, will receive a 10% match from Dominion Energy. To donate, click here.
Join Supervisor Anderson, KPWB, and the Responsible Battery Coalition for a cleanup of Old Bridge Road on Oct. 8. Supplies will be provided, along with lunch. To sign up, the Eventbrite page for your free ticket!
Prince William County Public Works is hosting Recycles Day 2018 at the Dumfries Road Landfill. KPWB is looking for volunteers for various games and booths Oct. 13 from 10:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m. Contact us for more information!
The third phase of the stream cleanup project is set for Oct. 27 from 9:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon, behind Costco in Manassas. Join KPWB, Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District, Merrimac Farm Master Naturalists, and Friends of the Square for this great volunteer opportunity. Contact KPWB to for more information and to sign up.
Supervisor Frank Principi is hosting a cleanup on Nov. 17 at Veterans Park and the surrounding areas. Help combat litter that makes its way downstream or from the busy roadways! More information will be available soon, so mark your calendar! For additional information, or to sign up, please contact KPWB.
Help support our efforts in the local community! Each donation will receive a 10% match from Dominion Energy. Thank you for your support to help us provide great programs and education to the Prince William County communities. To donate, please visit the Birdies for Charity site.