Pier 5 Park Charlestown Navy Yard
Earth Day Celebration on the Harborwalk, Charlestown Navy Yard - Pier 5
Seeking Volunteers & Donations for Earth Day Celebration in the Charlestown Navy Yard!
Fun, engaging and educational for all ages!
Would you like to participate in any way? Be creative! Just have fun!
Earth Day brings together communities with a variety of activities, engaging neighbors with play, learning and demonstrations - Investing in One Another.
We depend on one another to bring out the best in each of us to realize a safe, clean, environment for future generations. Bringing together communities to advance the capacity to achieve progressive change!
Our wish list:
Tables - Volunteers are available to manage tables without participant representatives available in person. However, it is preferred that participants provide their own table(s). Moving forward we have to charge a fee of $20 per table loaned.
We seek folding tables and chairs loaned or gifted.
Visuals! - Printed Educational Materials, large scale. Any United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, STEM, Engineering is Elementary style educational posters, diagrams, infographics would be appreciated as well. Donate Here
Donations - We are seeking small painting canvasses, paint, sidewalk chalk, etc. We are also looking for folding Tables, Chairs, Table Cloths, Clips, Mounting boards,
Volunteers - are always welcome of course! Setting up in the morning, breaking down tables and chairs afterward. Smiling, having fun, learning, teaching. Volunteer Here
Pier 5 Association and the Earth Day organization are hosting the annual Earth Day event at the Head of Boston Harbor.
Hosted by the Pier 5 Association 501(c)3 community nonprofit organization dedicated to socio-ecological equity, justice and saving Pier 5 to be a nature-based Memorial Public Park instead of condominiums amidst a massive population increase and diminishing canopy. Volunteer Here
Official Earth Day event. EARTHDAY.ORG’s mission is to diversify, educate, and activate the environmental movement worldwide. Growing out of the first Earth Day (1970), the Earth Day organization is the world’s largest recruiter to the environmental movement. With more than 150,000 partners in 192 countries to build environmental democracy. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world.
Pier 5 Association
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Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.