Most drains empty into a nearby water source, meaning loose trash washing down the drain and collects in our water sources. The City of Fort Worth is a partner in the “Reverse Litter” campaign — which is a grass-roots effort that encourages everyone to do their part in reducing trash that ultimately ends up in our waterways.
This year, Reverse Litter is teaming up with Downtown Fort Worth Inc. to help make this year’s Parade of Lights the cleanest holiday parade in America. They are offering free individual tickets to VIP seating to the first 48 people who volunteer for the Reverse Litter crew at the parade.
The event is Friday, Nov. 29, 4-8 p.m. — the day after Thanksgiving.
Reverse Litter volunteers will:
- Meet in the Fun Zone at 4 p.m.
- Walk the parade route before it starts
- Help pass out Reverse Litter bags in VIP seating area
- Join other Reverse Litter crew members after Santa passes by, helping to collect the Reverse Litter bags.
We know you care about protecting one of our most valuable resources — our waterways — so please join us by signing up as a Reverse Litter volunteer online. Additional details are available on the link and more will come after signup.
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