National Holiday - Get to the Water DAY
Next year's Get To The Water DAY will be held on July 18th, 2020.
Join our goal to have hundreds of clean-up groups by next year! Join the challenge! Contact us to create your communities group page and get your clean-up group ready for next year!
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Our Cause, Our Mission
To raise public awareness about the importance we can collectively make by being conscientious of cleaning up the areas or water that we visit.
To organize hundreds of thousands of people nationwide to follow and promote this great National Holiday and what it represents. In doing so, we can transform our beaches, lakes, rivers, bayous, and streams into clean beautiful areas that we can all enjoy. As the cause grows in popularity, we envision thousands of cleanup groups nationwide that organizes millions of people to clean up waters in their communities.
Support the Cause
Get your high school and college involved.
We are encouraging high school and college students to get involved and organize Get To The Water DAY groups in your area. The high school and college that organizes the largest group will receive FREE Get To The Water T-shirts, of their choice, for their swim team!
Any other organization that would like to get involved is welcome to contact us to see how we can work together to promote this cause.
Join Our Group on Facebook
Make sure to join our Facebook group and share it with others. The group is opened to the public. We encourage you to post ideas and pictures of you wearing your Get To The Water Day t-shirt! Also, make sure to share with all your friend to help spread the word of this national holiday!Buy a Shirt
What's Good Clean Fun?
Get to the water and while you're visiting, pick up trash wherever you see it. If you visit the beach, lake or river, simply pick up trash in the area.
It is estimated 100 million people visit beaches, lakes, and rivers each year. If each person picked up only 1lb of trash while visiting these beautiful waters, we would collectively clear 100 million pounds of trash each year.
By simply making everyone aware of this day, it could transform our waters and teach all of us to do this every day when we visit the water, not just on Get To The Water Day. Parents can also teach their kids to have good clean fun! It's a win, win for everyone and the environment.