Adopt-A-Spot

Adopt A Spot and Keep NZ Beautiful logos. Whether you’re an individual, family, part of a community group, business or school, Adopt-a-Spot is a simple way to volunteer a few hours to do your bit for a cleaner environment and healthier community during Keep NZ Beautiful Clean-Up Week 2017. 

You’ll receive free clean-up resources thanks to Keep NZ Beautiful, free rubbish disposal at any of our transfer stations if you need it and the opportunity to receive a NPDC ‘Beauty Spot’ in recognition for your efforts. 

Be part of NPDC Adopt-A-Spot in five easy steps: 

  1. Adopt your favourite local SPOT to spend some time cleaning up; it could be your street, local park, walk way, sports ground, beach or river.
  2. Pick your clean-up day or days between 11-17 September and invite your friends, family and neighbours to join you or go at it alone.
  3. Register your details below. These details will be submitted to Keep New Zealand Beautiful.
  4. Wait to receive your clean-up kit by post. Let your friends know via social media that you’ve registered.
  5. During or after you’ve completed your SPOT clean up, share your experience with us via a message or photos. #NPDCadoptaspot

Register now to adopt your spot

Use the form below to register your event and adopt your spot. Please check the map below to see the spots that have already been registered.
 

1. Pick a spot

Drop a pin on this map to show us where your spot is.
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Adopted spots

The spots on the map below have already been registered.
 

2. Tell us your details

Please tell us about your event and your group.
 
 
I have read, understand and agree to the terms and conditions of running a clean-up event as outlined in the 2017 Keep New Zealand Beautiful Event Guide.
 
By submitting this form I agree to NPDC sharing these details with KNZB for the purpose of receiving clean-up resources and information.
 
Thank you for Adopting a Spot, you will receive a confirmation email shortly.
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