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We’re a not-for-profit organisation who have been inspiring Tidy Kiwis to ‘Do the Right Thing’ and Keep New Zealand Beautiful since 1967.
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WE ARE BRINGING BACK CLEAN UP WEEK!! Get a group together and get into it Ōpōtiki, volunteer your time to pick up rubbish, show your town pride and help keep New Zealand beautiful. KIT YOUR OWN CLEAN UP This means instead of plastic bags & gloves we want to utilise reusable resources. Here are some […]
We will clean up the Te Anau School Community.
Nelson's cycle tour operators are joining forces during Keep New Zealand Beautiful's Clean Up Week from 17th to Sunday 23rd September to clean up flood debris and rubbish along the Great Taste Trail: Nelson Cycle Hire and The Gentle Cycling Company are covering Nelson Airport to Richmond Cycle Journeys are covering Richmond to Appleby Kiwi […]
Winton School are once again cleaning up areas around the Winton community.
Te tamariki and kaiako from Kapiti Children's Centre will be cleaning up Raumati Beach. The will be arriving at 930ish to the Waterfront carpark, and then will cross the bridge and head north collecting whatever rubbish they can find. We welcome anyone else who would like to join in to meet us there.
We'll kick start our litter pick by East End skate park at 10.30 walking the beach to Te Henui River where we'll finish around 12,if not before. Please note: Rubbish bags, gloves sanitizer will be supplied but limited. Open to all ages and pets
Children from Glenfield Primary will be picking up litter from the school to the end of Chivalry Road and back. They will also clean up Diana Drive and Diana Reserve.
1st Mikotahi Scout Group will be cleaning Ngamutu Beach and surrounding area as a local group project. Event will start on Monday 19th September at 6.30pm till 8.30pm at the scout den on Ocean View Parade. All people are welcome
We will be embarking on our annual clean up focus around our neighbourhood starting at 10am and congregating at Octavious Place for morning tea. All are welcome to join us - this is something we do frequently throughout the year - from there we will take back the rubbish that we find and divide it […]
Join us for a Clean Up Week event hosted by Rotary collaborating with Paroa School.
Please bring along your kids and join us in cleaning up our local playground and park and practising te reo Māori as we work and play. We run our regular bilingual sessions on Wednesdays – this week we'll be starting the session at Pukehuia Park at 9.15am. Meet us on the ki-o-rahi pitch. Email us […]
Join this Clean Up Week event at the Mangrove bird hide.
Are you sick of seeing rubbish on the streets of Wellington? Yeah, we are too! That’s why we run a monthly community street clean where anyone can get involved with cleaning up our awesome streets. Come join the Sustainability Trust crew on your lunch break and make a difference. We'll spend roughly an hour out […]
Whangarei District Council staff will be doing a litter pick around the Walton Plaza and Forum North buildings during their lunch break. If you are interested in volunteering please get in touch ahead of time.
The school students and staff walk around the streets of Kimbolton cleaning up any rubbish.
We are proud Southlanders and we love this city. On Wednesday 21 September WM Environmental will be proudly participating in "Clean Up Week" which is a nationwide annual event run by Keep New Zealand Beautiful. We will be doing our part to clean up the city by picking up rubbish around STEAD STREET WHARF and […]
Join this Clean Up Week event. The College students and community are cleaning up the College site and surrounding beaches, roads and fields.
Onemana dune weeding. Walk carefully through the dunes pulling out any weeds, put in black bags to be disposed of.
Using our regular outdoor session to clean up Cheltenham Beach :-)
We are getting together to grow together, this time we plan to help Keep New Zealand Beautiful by ensuring our neighborhood is free from litter. Please join in to make our neighborhood clean.
We are cleaning up - looking for any rubbish, glass, cans and household waste dumped in the Avondale Red Zone.
Waiotira School is an Enviroschool and we would love the support from our community to tidy up our roadsides. All of our students are keen to get out into our community and walk the roadsides to pick up and dispose of any rubbish. Keep New Zealand Beautiful, CLEAN UP WEEK is a fabulous opportunity for […]
Come to Fendalton Library and grounds to Keep New Zealand Beautiful
We'll pick up litter along Kai Iwi beach (low tide 1.15 pm) from 1-2.30 pm on 22 September.
Come and join Otatara School and Otatara Kindergarten students clean up their local community and reserve around their school.
SALT District, in central Ōtautahi, is a vibrant urban neighbourhood about 5 minutes' walk across, centred on SALT Square (near Tuam/High Street intersection). It's home to many of the city's beloved hangout spots - including the Little High Eatery, Dux Central, SALT Square, Vanguard Square, and Rauora Park. We love our city and we're making […]
Our team and our students will be doing their bit to Keep New Zealand Beautiful for Clean Up Week. This time round we plan to walk round the local area, starting at Green Road. Anyone is welcome to join. Please note: date and time may change slightly due to weather and business, please feel free […]
Kerikeri High School SAVE students will start at the domain and wander areas of Kerikeri collecting rubbish. Feel free to add to our rubbish collection if you see us!
Join us to clean up our beautiful Mountain. A fun morning, walking around joining together our community for the greater good. It's up to us to be the change, to keep our beautiful Mount Maunganui clean.
EcoSolutions is all for reducing waste and increasing kaitiakitanga. Our focus is positive climate action through encouraging behaviour change, with a focus on how we perceive and deal with waste. We want to keep Whangārei beautiful with an event that's central and easily accessible to all. We will meet in the Northland Cricket Association Carpark […]
We welcome the community to join Newtown Residents' Association and staff from Te Whatu Ora as we clean up litter from around the hospital and into the nearby streets of Newtown. Where: Meet at Wellington Regional Hospital beside the out-of-hours entrance (turn right before the main entrance and follow the path to the car park) […]
Rotary Clubs on the North Shore will be performing a day of action on the North Shore on 24 September. Part of this event will be a clean up along Lucas Creek. Come join us and other members of the public to clear this stream. BBQ will be provided at the completion.
Team up with your local neighbours and let's get the area looking beautiful for all to enjoy! It's going to be great to have the walking track that is set to connect the subdivision to new developments in the next few years. We're also so lucky that wildlife like to frequent the waterway and shelter […]
The Valley Spring Clean is a by the community, for the community event in which we encourage the public to bring in their waste, provide demonstrations on sustainable initiatives and have numerous fun activities for kids to name just a small aspect of this jam-packed day. The Spring Clean occurs to support the people of […]
Come and grab a rubbish bag from the shop and go collect rubbish in your preferred area in the Mangakahia Valley. Return the bag to the shop and receive a spot prize. BYO gloves and hi-vis vest.
Pick up rubbish around township of Bluff, with residents volunteering to tidy up their own streets, and this year the Bluff 2024 group will be focusing on the green belt through town and Stirling Point. Meet at Bluff Service Centre at 10am before going to different areas. Bring own gloves and sacks if you have […]
Clean up of the Ohawe road, Ohawe beach, and surrounding community roads