Become A Captain
Site captains choose a site, solicit volunteers, organize meeting places and trash removal, and if necessary, do some fundraising for additional supplies. The Alliance will work with site captains to help them make their cleanup run seamlessly.
Site captains are asked to submit a data sheet with information such as the number of volunteers and how many bags of trash they collected.
The Promotions page has all necessary forms, as well as downloadable fliers and web banners.
Register your site below.
April 14th, 9am to noon. Exceptions can be made for groups that prefer weekdays or afternoon hours. Rain dates can also be scheduled.
Site Captains set an example to individuals, their community and the general public. Becoming a Site Captain means that you recognize that litter is unsightly, degrading to the environment and that you care enough about the Chesapeake Bay and your community to make a change. Taking on the responsibility of becoming a Captain of a cleanup site expands PCS and effectively increases the health of the Chesapeake Bay area.