Clean Up Australia Day 2019 with Atheists
Posted: 28th February 2019
Clean Up Australia Day is a community event.
Many Atheists already do their bit for Clean Up Australia Day all over Australia.
As part of Progressive Atheists’ work to protect the environment, we promote CUAD, organise CUAD sites and encourage more Atheists to volunteer at sites.
Use your postcode to find a site near you.
If you have a site organised by Atheists, please let us know and we will promote it.
Brushy Creek Trail, Mooroolbark/Croydon, Victoria (postcode 3138)
Sunday, 3rd March 2019
Meet at 53 Manchester Road, Mooroolbark.
Google Map: goo.gl/maps/ABZfCUNNSy12
Come any time from 9am.
We will start a BBQ at midday.
You are invited and welcome to join us.
This is an opportunity to wear your favourite Atheist t-shirt.
The meeting point is very close to the Mooroolbark Railway station.
Please come prepared for hot weather and to protect yourself from the Sun.
If you wish to know more about organising Atheist community events then please contact Progressive Atheists.
Clean Up Australia Day is Sunday 2 March, 2014
Clean Up Australia Day is a simple way you can take action to clean up, fix up and conserve our prized Australian environment.
In 2013 an estimated 550,300 volunteers removed 16,150 tonnes of rubbish at 7,341 sites right across the country – but we can do better! So lend a hand on Sunday 2 March 2014 and help clean up Australia.
If you would like to clean up an area but are unable to do so on Clean Up Australia Day, you may register your site on any day of the year as a part of Clean Up Australia Every Day. Register for 2013 or 2014 to join or create a site, and we’ll send you all the information and materials you need – absolutely free!
Keep Australia Beautiful – Where Does Your Rubbish Go?
Published on 26 Apr 2012 | Clemenger BBDO
Each year millions of items of litter make their way into our oceans and rivers through storm water drains. Our Keep Australia Beautiful campaign of posters, print ads and an ambient stunt reinforced the link between litter on the street and the damage it does to our waterways.