Join us for World Cleanup Day - 19 September 2020

Due to covid19, we are restricted from organizing large-scale cleanups, but we can still do our part individually. But you can still participate in  World Cleanup Day in 2020!

Cleanup your neighbourhood in small groups as a ground-up initiative.

  1. Pledge to cleanup here (in the form below)
  2. Do it anytime in the week of 13-19 September individually or in groups of not more than 5 people
  3. Anywhere in Singapore (even on our small islands)
    If you plan to cleanup at the beaches, please signup concurrently at and include ‘WCD‘ in the description of your selected location. This is to prevent overcrowding on the beaches.
  4. Share it with the rest of Singapore and the world on social media by hashtagging:

Pledge here to join the World Cleanup Day 2020

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    The biggest volunteer event in history. Ever!

    The goal of World Clean Up Day is to engage 5% of the world population to clean up our earth together on the one same day. It started in Estonia in 2008, and has now become a global movement.

    Last year, more than 20 million people from over 180 countries united to clean up our world, in the biggest civic action in history.

    Regardless of age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, religion or social class, the world came together to rid our planet of trash  – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from our beaches, rivers, forests, and streets, starting from New Zealand and ending 36 hours later in Hawaii. World Cleanup Day united humanity from all levels of society in one day, to achieve an incredible feat for a common good.

    17 Million volunteers were made up of passionate people like you!

    Starting as a humble volunteer event, the simple idea behind World Cleanup Day has grown into a global movement with millions of volunteers and charismatic leaders.

    Everyone can play a part and be a responsible global citizen!  We can unite in cleaning up the World.

    Last year, Kindred launched the first World Cleanup Day in Singapore, with 13 cleanup locations in the inland areas of Singapore, and almost 900 volunteers.

    The simple act of cleaning has become a force that binds together people and groups in Singapore and around the World. Groups that had never worked together for the same efforts, like women in Saudi Arabia, people defying war in Yemen and Syria, Muslims, Jews, Hindus and Christians, men and women, children, came together for the same goal!

    World Clean Up Day Memories

    Check out some of the highlights from last year’s World Cleanup Day…