Are you looking for ways to help out your community? If so, the Interfaith Environmental Network of Houston presents the perfect opportunity on Sunday, February 21st.
From 2 to 4 P.M., IEN0H and the Galveston Bay Foundation are asking volunteers to help pick up trash along Kemah’s shoreline. An excessive amount of pollution currently poses a risk against the local ecosystem. This ecosystem needs the help of its community members in order to get cleaned up! This event offers an easy way to do your part.
All ages and skill levels are encouraged to sign up for this volunteer event. Bring the whole family for a day of doing good deeds! All you’ll need to bring is your mask, a water bottle, sun protection, and durable shoes that cover completely. Although this event is hosted by a faith-based organization, people of all denominations or none at all are welcome to join.
In order to maintain social distancing guidelines, participants are required to sign up in advance. IENoH and the Galveston Bay Foundation have room to take on 20 volunteers, which will be split up into two separate groups. To register for this event, please fill out Interfaith Environmental Network of Houston’s email form here.
Spend a day at the beach! Picking up trash isn’t glamorous; however, it’s essential in maintaining the naturally occurring wonders of Galveston Bay and the wildlife that inhabits it. Galveston Bay is a gift, which means sometimes we need to give back! Show you care by signing up for this important cause.