By participating in Business Clean Up Day on Tuesday 1 March 2016, you are doing your part to promote a clean, healthy and sustainable environment. It's also a fantastic way to be seen as a community leader and engage with your staff, customers and local community. Previous Business Clean Up Day's have proven to be excellent team building events and great for staff morale.
Follow these easy steps to register for a day that best suits your Business Clean Up:
We ask organisations to pay $150 (GST inclusive) to participate which includes the Clean Up Kit and contributes to funding the much needed materials for community volunteers on Clean Up Australia Day.
Read our case study if you need inspiration on what to do on a Business Clean Up.
If the official Business Clean Up Day does not suit your organisation, you can nominate an alternative day during the year for your Clean Up.
Becoming a Business Supporter of Clean Up Australia is an excellent way to contribute to Corporate Social Responsibility and to a clean, sustainable environment. With your organisation's support, Clean Up Australia is able to provide invaluable materials to communities Australia-wide, enabling them to participate in their Clean Up events.
There are four categories of Business Supporter : Business Champion, Platinum, Gold and bronze, each with associated benefits.
Become a Business YOU Partner
YOU is a fundraising initiative inviting individuals and businesses to join us as a major community sponsor of Clean Up Australia Day. As a non-government funded, not-for-profit organisation, we rely on donations from YOU. 100% of the money raised by YOU will go towards funding the costs of materials that are provided free of charge to Clean Up Australia Day community volunteers. Find out more
Donate to Clean Up through Workplace Giving
Workplace giving is the most simple and tax effective way for employees to donate to Clean Up through their payroll system. Find out more
Set up a Collection Point for old mobile phones in your business
Help your employees to dispose of their old mobile phones in an eco-friendly way through organising your own collection point. Find out more