Wanna help keep our islands green and blue?

Come help cleanup and enjoy friends and raise funds for 808Cleanups.

Gather to dance, party, grind and help us cleanup what others carelessly throw away.

On Sunday, October 30 from 6-10 pm 808 Cleanups is hosting a Halloween Costume Party at the Honolulu Club. Ticket purchase includes: 1 drink ticket, lite pupus, parking, & admission. The fun starts and ends with raffle tickets for prize drawings. There will be music DJ, games, and a costume contest, to keep everyone interested and around for the prizes to be awarded to the lucky raffle ticket purchases.

Eventbrite Ticket Sales

The fundraiser’s purpose is to support 808 Cleanups’ Adopt a Site program. A decentralized approach empowers volunteers to clean whenever and wherever they want to on their own schedule. At the Adopt a Site program’s most basic level, the core program provides the necessary tools and support for volunteers to take responsibility and maintain a local site—normally a park, hiking trail, beach, or coral reef. In addition to maintaining the location, these volunteers also serve as site ambassadors and education img_8810specialists to the people they meet at their site.

808 Cleanups is a 501(c)3 environmental nonprofit organization committed to restoring Hawaiʻi’s natural beauty by responding to littering or vandalism of Hawaiʻi’s natural spaces. Whether it’s through through education, building or supporting sustainable solutions with community partners, and empowering volunteers to conduct decentralized cleanups, helping preserve indigenous ecosystems is our business.

Businesses, market your product by donating to our raffle. Have a service you’d like to market?
Donate a gift certificate or prize for our raffle,

p: Fawn at (779) 429-2441
e: 808cleanups@gmail.com,
check out FB: Public Group on Facebook

Thank you for all you will be doing for our islands,
Fawn D. Liebengood
Assistant Director, 808 Cleanups




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