Aldi Commits to Backing a Nationwide Great Beach Cleanup Initiative 2023
By providing the Marine Conservation Society’s Beachwatch program with a generous donation of fifty thousand pounds, Aldi is proving its dedication to protecting the natural environment. Because of this huge sponsorship, Aldi has become the organization that contributes the most resources to the Marine Conservation Society’s Beachwatch program. Over the next year, the campaign aims to enlist the assistance of over 15,000 volunteers to carry out about 1,200 beach cleanup operations on a local level. Employees of Aldi will join thousands of other volunteers from throughout the UK in taking an active role in these activities. Our combined mission is to clean up more than 500,000 pieces of trash left behind on beaches across the country.
The beginning of Aldi’s involvement in this worthy cause will take place on September 26th in Brighton, and following beach cleanups will be organized until 2024. According to Liz Fox, who is in charge of sustainability at Aldi UK, “We are delighted to collaborate with the Marine Conservation Society in order to make a positive contribution to the marine environment in the UK.” We are aware that making significant changes will take some time, but our promises reflect the continual work we are doing to make the environment better for everyone.
“We are thrilled to have Aldi’s support and are eager to work alongside their team and the public in our beach cleanup initiatives,” said Katherine Stephenson, Director of Fundraising at the Marine Conservation Society. “We are thrilled to have Aldi’s support.” Through our collaboration with Aldi, we can maintain our regular beach cleanups throughout the year and collect important information that substantially contributes to protecting our oceans for the benefit of people, wildlife, and future generations.
Please click on this link [to the website of the Marine Conservation Society] to get more information about the Beachwatch program and to find out how you may become involved in local beach cleanups.
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