In 2017, Mission residents volunteered a staggering

 

                   45 462 hours clearing litter from our streets, streams, trails, and parks.

Reducing and preventing littering and illegal dumping takes work, and its only through the tens of thousands of hours dedicated by Mission residents that we are able to do this. Each year, MESS volunteers give over 38, 000 hours of their time picking up, sorting, and responsibly disposing of waste dropped or dumped in our environment. There are many ways we can tackle this issue but we need your help. Keep reading to learn about fun and innovative ways you can help keep Mission clean.

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One Time Clean-Ups

Contact us to arrange a One Time Clean-up in your neighbourhood!

 

One Time Clean-ups are a great way to tackle highly littered areas with a concentrated effort. Often, neighbourhood groups, schools, families, or concerned individuals will join forces for a single day to address a mess.

 

Great annual events to do a One Time Clean-up include:

Earth Day

BC Rivers Day

Spring Clean-up week

Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up

 

Arranging a One Time Clean-up:

1. Contact MESS to inform us of the area you are

    considering

2. Let us know how many volunteers you have

3. Arrange a time for equipment pick-up and drop-off

Looking for something a little different?
Other ways you can help:
 
Volunteer at events
Send in photos
Contribute to our blog or newsletter
Collect data
Become a highway volunteer

Reforming Rubbish

 
 
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Mailing Address: PO Box 3245

Mission, BC

V2V 4J4

 

info@messociety.org


Tel: 604-826-9423

Office Hours:

Mondays 11AM-3PM

 

OFFICE LOCATION:

Bottom Floor

7327 Horne Street

Mission, BC

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Mission Environmental Stewardship Society | PO Box 3245 | Mission, BC | V2V 4J4

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MESS is a registered charity #87496 0925 RR0001

Enchanted Forest Clean-up

Courtesy of Anthea Mason