Ocean Cleanup Volunteer Projects Wells Fargo Branch Employees.
by Karisa Boyce
Some participants of the Create a Cleanup program choose to donate to Ocean Blue and become Annual Corporate Members. Wells Fargo of San Francisco is just one of the many businesses doing just that. This donation supports beach cleanups in the Bay Area as well as the Blue Schools Program that educates and inspires youth of all ages to be beach stewards.
In July 2019, Wells Fargo Asset Management employees took time out of their busy day to meet at Ocean Beach for a cleanup! Employees and one dog collected several large compostable bags full of debris, both land and marine-based. A new dart board game was found amongst the rubbish left on the beach. Without this amazing team of beach stewards, this debris would have made its way out to the ocean to become food for marine animals.
A special thank you to the San Francisco Wells Fargo Asset Management department employee, Julie Parker, who made this cleanup effort possible!
How your team can get involved
Most importantly, your team will work with an Ocean Blue representative. Together we will document what you collected, create a report about what kind of debris is piling up in the places that we love. Volunteer Cleanup your campus with other students, or help protect local waterways of your choice.
In Addition, how you become a Ocean Cleanup Volunteer!
1. First of all Volunteer Cleanup your neighborhood because everything flows downstream.
2. Second Volunteer Beach Cleanup at local beach as part of greater ocean cleanup efforts!
3. Lastly, Volunteer Cleanup with your friends, family, work group, school group and the community.
To learn more about Ocean Blue Memberships and Blue Beaches Projects, visit OceanBlueProject.org or reach out to Karisa@oceanblueproject.org.
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