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More than 100 volunteer opportunities are open for registration as SOLVE's Oregon Spring Cleanup starts April 13

The Oregon Spring Cleanup, presented by Portland General Electric, kicks off this Saturday. From April 13 to April 22, more than 100 volunteer opportunities are open for registration in celebration of Earth Day. Families, community members, neighborhood associations, and environmental enthusiasts are invited to participate in the biggest event on SOLVE's annual calendar


Volunteers with SOLVE vests and trash grabbers are ready for Oregon Spring Cleanup
Oregon Spring Cleanup volunteers ready to take action

Interested individuals can browse the map of projects to find events near them, learn about each opportunity, and sign up for a meaningful contribution to the environment. Participating in the Oregon Spring Cleanup provides an excellent opportunity to bond with family members, coworkers, and neighbors, while collectively contributing to preserving some of Oregon's most stunning locations.


Photo contest - win a AAA membership

We're excited to continue the tradition of hosting a photo contest! Don't forget to bring your camera or smartphone to capture the impactful work you do to celebrate Earth Day with SOLVE. We want to see volunteers in action, before and after shots, the largest and tiniest items you've picked up, and most importantly, your smiling faces! Whether you are joining in with your family or a group of friends, flying solo, or making new connections with fellow volunteers along the way, we'll reward the creators of the top three photos with a 1-year AAA membership.


Oregon Spring Cleanup photo contest

Can't join? Support SOLVE volunteers with individual giving

Anyone who cannot attend an Oregon Spring Cleanup event this year can support SOLVE by individual giving. A donation of any size will help SOLVE host more events year after year and provide volunteers with free supplies, event leader training, and all the support they need to run a successful event.

For more information, please visit www.solveoregon.org/oregon-spring and be part of the collective effort to create a cleaner, greener planet.


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