Before you make your travel plans for Netroots Nation in June, I wanted to make sure you had all the details for Sunday’s Day of Service project. Join two of Rhode Island’s leading environmental advocacy groups and several of the state’s elected leaders and give back to our host state!
On Sunday, June 10, we’ll work with Clean Water Action at Providence’s largest green space—the historic Roger Williams Park—to clean along the 100-plus acres of ponds that wind through this urban oasis. Then, we’ll tour Save the Bay’s state-of-the-art facility overlooking the beautiful Narragansett Bay.
And throughout the day, those serving will be joined by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Rep. Jim Langevin, Rep. David Cicilline and Providence Mayor Angel Taveras. Staff from Clean Water Action and Save the Bay will also be around to answer questions about their critical environmental work in the Ocean State.
A chartered bus will leave for the park at 9 a.m. from the Westin Hotel. Lunch will be provided. We’ll return to the Westin no later than 2:15 p.m.
Will you join us? Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP and reserve your spot today.
Can’t make it to the Day of Service but still want to give back?
Thanks to Rally,org, you can make a donation to Clean Water Action and Save the Bay and help two great organizations continue the work of protecting Rhode Island’s environment. Click here to donate.
Thanks for helping us say thank you to our host state.