Nothin' But Sand Beach Cleanup August 2022

Nothin' But Sand Beach Cleanup August 2022

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Free

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Refund policy

We provide the supplies, all you need to do is register, sign a waiver*, and show up! (ONLY individuals under 18 bring a signed waiver*)

About this event

Please note: Heal the Bay provides cleanup supplies for the first 300 people who are registered.

Cleanup location: Venice Beach Pier - Tower Buccaneer, South of Pier

3100 Ocean Front Walk @ Washington Blvd Venice, 90292

Each volunteer registers individually unless they are with a group or family

  • Individuals under 18:  reserve a ticket and bring a signed waiver form to the cleanup
  • Families: Reserve a ticket and write in the names of partner/children
  • Groups: Reserve a ticket and write in the names of group members
  • Sold out? If general admission sells out, you can register at the cleanup. However, you will be responsible for bringing your own cleanup supplies.

Sign a Waiver

  • Individuals over 18 and Families sign a virtual waiver through Eventbrite (when reserving a ticket)
  • Group and Individuals Under 18 must bring a signed waiver form to the cleanup. 
  • Service hour forms will be signed by a beach captain at the end of the cleanup.  Please request a service hour forms the day of the cleanup as we cannot verify service hours after the event

Show up

  • Help us make Nothin’ But Sand a zero-waste event by bringing your own buckets, garden gloves, and a reusable mask and water bottle
  • Be prepared to be outside for 2-3 hours. Beach weather can be unpredictable, so we recommend dressing in layers.  Water is available at all cleanups.
  • If you have any questions or concerns please email  Emely Garcia, our Beach Programs Manager, at egarcia@healthebay.org

More Information

Please note: Heal the Bay provides cleanup supplies for the first 200 people who are registered.

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We would like to acknowledge that this cleanup will take place on the traditional lands of the Tongva and Chumash People, and we pay respect to elders both past and present. 

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