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Satellite event: PhysisAfterSun beach clean up

Make a difference in your community, come and clean the beaches of Palaio Faliro with us! In the event you will find schools, organisations, youth workers and young people from all our partners! Register now!

Physis After Sun Beach Cleanup: Join us for a cleaner coast!

We are going to clean from Palaio Faliro Beach to Edem beach 

Join Physisorg and partners (LevelUp Greece, Remedies, Impact Hub, Save your Hood, Europe Direct του ΕΛΙΑΜΕΠ Αττικής, Οικονομικό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών #AuebGenz, Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο (Creative+)) for a fun and impactful day cleaning up our local beaches! 

This volunteer event focuses on removing trash from the coastline while also collecting valuable data on the types and quantities of waste we find. By participating, you'll be contributing to a cleaner environment and raising awareness about the importance of coastal protection.

The event is open to everyone and perfect for:

  • Individuals
  • Families
  • Schools
  • Environmental organizations
  • Businesses

No experience necessary! We'll provide all the necessary supplies.

What you can expect:

  • Beach cleanup activity
  • Data collection on types and quantities of trash
  • Educational talks on environmental protection

Benefits of participating:

  • Make a real difference for the health of our oceans
  • Learn about local environmental issues
  • Connect with like-minded people
  • Feel good about giving back to the community

Ready to join us?

Sign up online  or contact us at +306987530774

For more information: https://linktr.ee/Physisorg_beachcleanup_6_April

Together, we can make a positive impact!

Satellite event: PhysisAfterSun beach clean up
  • environmental protection | environmental impact | youth movement | public awareness campaign
  • Saturday 6 April 2024, 00:00 - 14:00 (CEST)
  • Athens, Greece

Practical information

When
Saturday 6 April 2024, 00:00 - 14:00 (CEST)
Where
Palaio Faliro
Athens, Greece
Languages
Greek, English
Organisers
Physisorg
Website
Register here