Waterford, Connecticut 
Green Party

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Waterford Clean-a-thon 2018

In 2018, the Waterford Green Party is organizing its second annual day-long clean-up of the town, titled the “Waterford Clean-a-thon”, which will be held on Saturday, August 18, from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Volunteers will meet on the morning of the 18th (location TBA) and will have until 1pm to complete the first part of the clean-up. From 1-2pm, all volunteers will be welcomed at the Waterford Public Library, where light refreshments will be served during the Party's nominating convention for state offices. Then, from 2-4pm, the day will conclude with a clean-up of the civic triangle and the surrounding area. Bags will be weighed at 4pm in the Library parking lot. All are encouraged to participate, regardless of party affiliation!


Interested in being a volunteer at this event? Please fill out the form below to sign-up:

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Sponsor the Clean-A-Thon

You can help support the Waterford Green Party by sponsoring one or more of our volunteers! To do so, simply fill out the form below and state which volunteer(s) you would like to sponsor, and how much you would like to pledge per pound of trash collected. At the end of the event, each participant will have their bag weighed, and sponsors will donate according to their pledged amount per pound. Your pledge will help to motivate our volunteers and promote environmentalism in Waterford!
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2017 Clean-A-Thon

In 2017, with the help of almost a dozen volunteers from the community, the party managed to collect 99.41 pounds of litter from off the streets and raised hundreds to support the Waterford Green Party's 2017 candidates. Volunteers included three of those candidates, members of the party, and several non-member residents-at-large. Below you can see the amount of trash that each volunteer collected!