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Become an Earth Day Cleanup Champion

This Earth Day, you can make a difference in your neighborhood while helping WWF make a difference worldwide. Use Panda Nation, our brand new fundraising platform, to get your friends and neighbors together for a local park, beach or neighborhood cleanup, or simply commit to recycling and reducing your carbon footprint from April 19-22.

>We want you to help us spread the word about caring for the environment and conserving Earth’s natural resources. Make sure to recycle plastic bottles, paper, electronics and batteries, among other items. Help reduce consumer waste by providing your team with reusable water bottles and bags. Follow some of these green tips for more environmentally friendly ideas.

To thank you for your great work, we will send a free water bottle and polar bear tote to any Earth Day Cleanup Champions that raise $150 or more by April 30, 2014. This reusable water bottle is an eco-friendly alternative to plastic water bottles, and the reusable tote can take the place of hundreds of paper and plastic bags used each year.

We want you to help us spread the word about caring for the environment and conserving Earth’s natural resources. Make sure to recycle plastic bottles, paper, electronics and batteries, among other items. Help reduce consumer waste by providing your team with reusable water bottles and bags.

We are asking for 100 groups and individuals across the US to be Earth Day Cleanup Champions, and we want you to be one of them!

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Become an Earth Day Cleanup Champion and create a personal page or team page for your cleanup. If a team was already created, you can find and join it. Learn how personal and team pages are different.

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WWF Celebrates Earth Day Locally
Each year, a team of WWF staff cleans up a local school yard with teachers and students in Washington, DC. This Earth Day, we're taking our event to the next level with Panda Nation! Check out WWF's fundraising page for inspiration and feel free to donate to our efforts.