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Litter Prevention
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June 2022 News
Volunteer Totals
Volunteer Totals

7,560 lbs in May
26,343 lbs in 2022

Truck Totals
Truck Totals

40,540 lbs in May
234,180 lbs in 2022

WaterGoat Totals
WaterGoat Totals

920 lbs in May
2,430 lbs in 2022


 

Colonial Hills Baptist Church
Colonial Hills Baptist Church

17 years of volunteer service!!!!

Meet the wonderful volunteers from Colonial Hills Baptist Church in the Taylors area. This church serves their community in many different ways and one of those ways is through litter cleanups on Taylors Road.

This church joined the Adopt a Road program back in 2005! That’s right, they have clean Taylors Road four times a year for 17 years and removed an estimated 4,970 lbs of litter from the roadside!!

Thank you for all your years of service!



 

United Way Hands On Greenville & Greenville Rec
United Way Hands On Greenville & Greenville Rec

Over 200 Hands On Greenville volunteers came out to help Greenville County Rec in preparing the area of the Green Line expansion of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail network.

These volunteers not only helped paint over graffiti but also removed 3,780 lbs of litter from the area in just a matter of hours! Litter Ends Here was proud to support their efforts with supplies!

It's amazing what we can accomplish when we all work together!



 

Jones Mill Crossing
Jones Mill Crossing

Adopt a Road volunteers were out in full force this quarter!

Over on Hewitt Road, this wonderful group of volunteers removed 6 bags of litter from their adopted road! They have removed an estimated 220 lbs of litter from this road since adopting this road back in November of 2021!

We love when a neighborhood comes together to make a difference! Thank you for your effort!



 

City of Simpsonville Litter Cleanup
City of Simpsonville
Litter Cleanup

The City of Simpsonville held a very successful spring litter cleanup! Mayor Shewmaker was among the volunteers, and Fox Carolina News covered the event!

A huge thank you to the City of Simpsonville for organizing this event and to PalmettoPride for helping with supplies!



 

High School Students Community Service
High School Students Community Service

A huge thank you to Will, Jabi, Jake, Jackson, and Kathleen for their litter cleanup on Persimmon Ridge Road. These students are from JL Mann and have held a number of cleanups this year to earn their community service hours for their school programs.



 

Welcome To The Team
Welcome to the Team!

Thank you to Karina Bowles and her kids for joining the Litter Ends Here team in May! They got their supplies and got right to work!

In just a matter of weeks, they cleaned sections of Woodruff Road and Batesville Road! This family has already removed an estimated 80 lbs of litter from Greenville County!



 

Camperdown Academy Litter Education
Camperdown Academy Litter Education

Litter Ends Here was invited to teach more than 130 students about the cause, effect, and solution to Greenville County's litter issues.

Litter Ends Here believes in empowering kids to make positive changes to prevent litter in their daily lives.



 

18th Annual Reedy River Duck Derby

Thank you to everyone who made the 18th Annual Duck Derby a huge success!

Litter Ends Here is thankful for the continued support of the Reedy River Greenville Rotary! Through their donation, Litter Ends Here will be better equipped to accomplish our litter-free goals.



 

Greer Centennial Lions Club

Thank you to the Greer Centennial Lions Club for their support of the Litter Ends Here program!

With the funds that have been provided, Litter Ends Here will be able to buy better quality pickup sticks for volunteers.

Greer Centennial Lions Club is genuinely making a difference, and Greenville County Litter Ends Here is incredibly grateful for their support!





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