Jeff Branscome writes about Spotsylvania County.
One man’s trash is another man’s charity
The Litter-Thon allows nonprofits to make money by cleaning up. The county initiative pays nonprofit groups $4 per bag of litter picked up off of Spotsy roads.
Recently, a group of volunteers from the Spotsylvania County School Administration collected 35 bags of trash and four tires (two tires count as one bag of trash). They gave the $148 they earned to the clothes closet for homeless students in Spotsylvania schools.
You can still get in on the trashy fun:
Turn Roadside Trash Into Cash!
Spotsylvania County Litter Control is sponsoring a Litter-Thon, April 16th, 23rd, 30th
Pick up bags of litter along our roadside and get paid $4 per bag.
The Litter Control Department will provide bags.
To register or for more details, contact Clara Mills at 540/507-7334 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Want to help the homeless students in Spotsylvania County? Call social worker Michelle Patton at 540/ 840-0950.