Thanks to our beach cleanups, habitat restoration events or school assemblies, we educate adults and kids from South Daly City to South Half Moon Bay. We bring awareness of the trash situation in our community, ocean and around the coastline.
This is how we bring change and happiness:
“Please send my thanks to all the PBC folks for giving up their time and working with my students. One of my students came to me – so excited – and said “Mrs. Belway (with a big grin on her face) I learned how to plant something! This was the best part of the day! I think we will have some repeats on the next work day with you. Thank you again and thank PBC for taking the time to work with the community.”
– Mrs Perrin Belway who brought 20 students to our MLK 20th Annual Day of Planting.
“Thank you for your skillful community building and leadership – and the incredible amount of hard work you put in year-round! You keep everything in forward motion – awesome!”
– Mary about our MLK 20th Annual Day of Planting
“Our focus at Rakuten USA for our 2017 CSR program is specifically on the environment. Working with the Pacific Beach Coalition has been a wonderful experience giving our employees a lot of knowledge on the environment while providing a fun team building activity.” Kiko P. from Rakuten USA who came to remove weeds.
– Christina Hyun from Nueva School – 5th graders came for a beach cleanup and Habitat Restoration at Rockaway switchbacks. Planted a section of the switchbacks, removed cape ivy from the rocky patch on the bluff and made seed balls with native seeds.
The students at Park Mall were especially eye-opened! Collecting over 1 thousand cigarette butts in the back area. One student commented on how they were cleaning up butts while a worker (adult) threw his on the ground! They were totally grossed out at the amount of garbage lying around the area. Awesome learning moment!
Thank you for all the years of support you all have given me. I really do appreciate it 🙂
All the best for many wonderful years of making our environment beautiful for the future.”
– Kim a volunteer who came to cleanup at Pillar Point.