44 Days till

The Biggest Clean-up/Green-up

Revival in 50 Years

 

SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 2022

Join & Be Counted - One Day -- One Movement

 

With Your Help We Will Reach

10,000+ VOLUNTEERS AGAIN

 

MOVIE SHOWING

@ The Museum of Work & Culture

Tuesday July 26th 4-5 pm

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ZAP 50 Vision for our Clean-Up Green-Up on August 27th

 

“Our vision is to see lots of groups out on our streets, doing litter cleanups and projects that make our hometowns cleaner and greener”, states the ZAP 50 Steering Team, “and we want everyone to get involved”.

 

Read the full press release and get involved

 

You do not want to be left out of this historic event.

 

Tell us where you want to volunteer. This list identifies some locations where volunteers are needed.

 

PROJECT SITE LISTING

this listing will continue to be updated as more locations are identified

 

Volunteers:

#1 -- Consider choosing one of the spots on the list.

 

As you will see, some projects are being managed by a group or individual seeking volunteers. Sign up directly on their link if applicable. Their organizer will keep in touch with you directly.

 

Otherwise, adopt any sites that are currently open. Just let us know which site by filling out the form below.

 

Choosing a Site on the List

 
 

#2 -- Do you have another location in mind? Add a spot you see that is in need. We do not know all the needed areas, so just let us know and we will put you down as taking care of that spot.

 

Adding A New Site In Need

 
 

#3 -- Have a few questions or comments? Send over an email and/or phone number so we can answer them for you.

 

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Volunteer

 

Join the growing list of those who committed on August 27th:

We want you to join us!!



NEW volunteer groups & individuals this week:

Save the Bay, Apothica Herbs + Coffee Bar, Pawtucket Central Falls Youth Equity Leaders, Town of Smithfield, Town of Burrillville, the Ducady team, Blackstone River Watershed Assoc., and the Rzucdilio team.

 

Sponsor

 

ZAP the Blackstone 50th Revival

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PAST ZAP Newsletters: Stay Connected



Newsletter #1 - July 1, 2022

 

Remember Bid on the Phone but watch here:  LIVE on O-N TV

A former Republican House Speaker says his party must stop underestimating President Biden. In a post on his website, Newt Gingrich said Republicans focus on the little things like the President sometimes having difficulty speaking. However, Gingrich argues the strong dislike Republicans have for Biden leads to the GOP underestimating him.        Over 200-thousand jobs were added to the U.S economy in November. The Labor Department says 263-thousand jobs were created last month. Meantime, the unemployment rate stayed at three-point-seven percent.        President Biden is meeting with the Prince of Wales in Boston. Biden greeted Prince William at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum this afternoon. It's one of several stops William and his wife Kate, the Princess of Wales, have planned today.        Early voting for the Georgia Senate runoff election wraps up today. Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker are squaring off in a race to decide the nation's last Senate seat. Polls will also be open statewide from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.       The NYPD is warning about pickpockets at holiday spots in New York City. NYPD Sergeant Jimmy Freyre, [[Friar]] along with his team, are on the lookout for crooks with quick hands. Some of the prime locations for pickpockets include the Winter Village at Bryant Park, the Rockefeller Christmas tree and the holiday windows on Fifth Avenue.        The Christmas action-horror film "Violent Night" is bringing in one-point-one-million-dollars from Thursday previews. The David Harbour led film is expected to bring between ten and 12-million-dollars in its opening weekend at the domestic box office. It's projected to get beat by Marvel Studio's "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," which is predicted to make between 17 and 25-million-dollars in its fourth weekend in theaters.