- Reducing cigarette litter
- Reducing plastic bag litter
- Improving litter law enforcement
- Eliminating dumping illegally
- Reducing roadside litter through responsible covering of vehicle loads.
A 4th Grader wrote the Grant proposal for this Richmond-based school, and we were more that happy to award her a $500 grant.
Pine Springs Elementary in Falls Church has a two-pronged approach to recycling with their Grant award.
The Thirty in 30 Grant will help fund a project over 7 weeks this summer, in clean-ups, beautification, gardening, a community activism.
Gloucester County is using their Grant Award to fight cigarette litter in their treasure – Beaverdam Park.
The Town of Bristol will use their Thirty in 30 Grant in a unique way to combat litter, employing resources that already exist.
The Buckroe Improvement League will use a Thirty in 30 Grant Award to fight cigarette litter by distributing pamphlets & pocket ashtrays.
The Orange County High School Angler’s Club wins a $500 Thirty in 30 Recycling Grant for a program to recycle fishing line and lures.