September 15, 2021
Nearly every human on this planet has a place they call a Home. Be it a mansion, a street, a hut or a flat in a metropolis. Then there are the cities, countries, and regions we call home. And the planet we call home. When 50,000 Estonians cleaned their home in 5 hours, the world got wind of it. The simplicity of the idea and the ‘let’s do it’ attitude took off and the rest, as they say, is history.Anyone can pick up trash. In 2018, a 101-year old man volunteered to clean in Curaçao. In Estonia, a group of mothers carrying their babies went out to clean. In Scotland, a dogs association came out with the dogs. But World Cleanup Day has become so much more than the simple act of picking up trash. Daycares, schools, companies, government officials – the old, the young, the rich, the poor, the able and less able – everyone contributed. Because they could. Because they wanted to be involved in making their home a better place. Because they were given an opportunity to help. Because they belong to a community.
World Cleanup Day, the biggest event organized by a global organization named LDIW (Let's Do It World). World Cleanup Day harnesses the power of everyday people to achieve incredible things by joining together.
Its beauty lies in cooperation and collaboration: building bridges between disparate communities, and including all levels of society - from citizens to business, to government.
Come join together ! Keep our MOTHER EARTH clean and blue all the time !