Mission and Vision:
Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful works with community groups, public agencies, and students to restore Coyote Creek through cleanups, plantings, recreational and cultural activities, and educational partnerships.
Our vision is a vibrant Coyote Creek: clean waters, abundant wildlife, and natural beauty that everyone can enjoy. We’re accomplishing this by both mobilizing community resources and participation, and by engaging community members to become the creek’s advocates and caretakers.
Coyote Creek was once a thriving creek with clean water and plentiful wildlife. Now, we have storm drain runoff with oils and microplastics, illegal dumping, street litter, and homeless trash that have degraded the creek, the water, and its banks. Our goal is to pick up as much trash as possible before it goes out to the creek, the Bay or the Ocean.
You are welcome to invite co-workers, friends, and family to this event. The minimum age is 15 years. All youths must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Each participant must be individually registered at https://211009-cleanup.eventbrite.com?team_token=2722467-p7o0q..
With the onset of the Delta virus, the PMI-SV chapter policy is that all participants are to be vaccinated. This is in the best interest for the people and groups we are supporting. This will be in place until an official government entity has declared safe conditions.
All equipment and supplies for this event are provided by the event hosts (Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful). Gloves, trashbags, and litter sticks.
What to wear/bring:
Wear comfortable clothing, long pants, long sleeve shirt, and closed-toe shoes. Leave purses, backpacks, cell phones, and valuables locked in your car trunk.
Bring: Water bottle, snacks, hat/sunscreen. Gloves, if desired. Mask is required.
Further details will be provided to participants the week of the event.
Additional information about Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful can be found at https://www.keepcoyotecreekbeautiful.org/
Volunteers are not covered under PMISV's General Liability insurance for any damages /injuries they may cause while at an event when they are acting on behalf of the organization. However, there is no coverage under PMISV's General Liability insurance for injuries to the Volunteer and PMISV does not provide Workers Compensation.
Community Outreach Group volunteer projects provide an easy and enjoyable way to engage in community service, learn more about needs in our community and work with local non-profits addressing those needs.
08:50 AM - Check-In
09:00 AM - Work activities begin
12:00 PM - Work activities complete
12:00 PM - 1:00 Networking lunch, provided by the Chapter
Group size: This event is limited to 100 participants overall.
Last date for online registration: 9/30/21
On-line registration: This event is only open to those who register in advance. You will receive a confirmation e-mail from the event host the week prior to the event. To be included in the PMI-SV team at this event, please register at https://211009-cleanup.eventbrite.com?team_token=2722467-p7o0q.
At-the-Door Registration: None
Cancellation Policy: Community organizations depend on us to provide the number of volunteers that we have committed to provide for our projects. If you need to cancel your participation in this event, please contact the event host immediately.
Mary Massee will serve as the PMI-SV co-host for this event, coordinating the participation of the PMI-SV team at this event.
Contact Priya Mulagada for information in general to let us know what type of events you will be interested to participate in future.
Mary Massee | firstname.lastname@example.org
|Event End Date||10-09-2021|
|Cut off date||09-30-2021|