We are currently looking for volunteers that would be interested in participating in our:
July 5th Beach Clean Up
The clean up takes place following the July 4th activities. We encourage you to come out to one of the clean up sites or to adopt a beach location listed below. We will provide bags and gloves to collect trash and debris off of our beaches. We also encourage you to participate in our cigarette butt challenge where winners from each location will recieve a prize either provided by Keepers or other supporting business.
The clean up site locations include:
•Micklers Beachfront Park
•Vilano Beach Ramp
•A street beach access
•Butler Beachfront Park East
•Crescent Beachfront Park
•Fort Matanzas Beach Ramp
For more information please email us at email@example.com
Below are the four primary ways you can get involved with Keepers of the Coast. These are our primary programs which we need community support for, either monetary or volunteer.
Getting together with other members to plan upcoming events and to highlight the annual Sea Turtle Festival, Terry’s Spring Fling, Back2school Beach Fest, and other exciting events.
Coastal Conservation Education
Supporting workshops or events that educate the public on coastal issues and/or species of special concern, threatened, or endangered status.
Held throughout the year . All Keepers of the Coast members and the public are welcome to participate. Cleanups occur in the months of January, April, July and September.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!