US Department of Health and Human Services Officers – Thank you for participating!
The clean up takes approximately an hour and a half.
Haleiwa McDonalds are our 2014 meal sponsors, providing food for all of our volunteers. Please let us know the approximate number of people coming a few days prior to clean up.
To save time at the cleanup, your group can download and study the volunteer cleanup tally sheet for the 30 marine debris items you will be documenting at the clean up.
Safety and sign in forms can also be downloaded and filled in prior to cleanups, for groups or you can all sign in at the cleanup.
If you would like a certificate, please contact us with all of your information a week early, if possible.
Many thanks to the men and women of Team Honu for your financial support and great efforts in our recent beach cleanup!
Adopt A Beach Hawaii runs monthly beach cleanups and other eco-events, collects data on marine debris and works to improve recycling systems at local beach parks on the island of Oahu. You can help Adopt A Beach by volunteering for a beach cleanup (by yourself or with a group), contributing community appreciation gifts or donating money.
To participate in a beach cleanup:
- Check our calendar and review available dates.
- Use our contact form to let us know when you will be attending, and how many people are in your group.
- Print out the forms on our forms page, review all materials, and bring them with you to the cleanup.
- If you would like to Adopt a Beach in your area, Please Attend One Chun’s Reef Beach Clean Up for Training.
- Contact AdoptaBeachHawaii@gmail.com for more information
Adopt A Beach is in constant need of motivational gifts for volunteers, materials and safety equipment, and financial contributions. You can learn more on our donate page.