Big Sweep 2021: A Sweeping Success
Even hurricanes can't slow down our committed volunteers! After rescheduling from Oct. 1, On Saturday October 8, from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. volunteers gathered to make a big difference in our community! We had 210 volunteers help remove litter and debris from 31 locations across High Point! Those volunteers helped remove over 21,410 pounds of trash and 900 pounds of recycling. We also collected over 200 non-perishable food items to aid in the fight against hunger in High Point. Thank you so much everyone and we hope to see you for Great American Cleanup in April!
Piedmont Triad Big Sweep
In 2021 High Point Big Sweep happened in partnership with the Piedmont-Triad Big Sweep: a regionwide collaborative litter cleanup initiative. Please go here for more information or to see options available to others across our region. We look forward to see what this partnership holds for the future!
What is Big Sweep?
High Point Big Sweep focuses on litter removal from our streets, streams, lakes and shorelines, parks and the Greenway. This event also provides a great way to meet new people and help beautify our community! Food and supplies are provided.
If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Coplin at 336-883-3520 or email email@example.com
Many Thanks to Our 2021 Sponsors and Volunteers!
Blue Ridge Companies, High Point Parks & Recreation, Leggett & Platt, Pinnacle Financial Partners, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Vomela Motor Sports Design
The Volunteer individuals and groups:
Akzo Nobel - Alpha Art - Andrews High School – The Arbogast Family – Reid Brown – The Bryan Family- Burns Hill Neighborhood Assoc. - Cub Scout Pack 16 - Guilford County Cooperative Extension - The Hedrick Family - Highland Mills Neighborhood Assoc. - High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau - L.E.A.P. - Leggett & Platt - Tom Marino & Friends - The Millard Family - Seth Miller - Piedmont Environmental Center - The Renne Family - Gregg Schlaudecker - Small Scale Manufacturing Group - Thomas Built Buses - Underhill Neighborhood Watch Association - John Wagner - Washington Drive Neighborhood Assoc. Matthew Wolff