Volunteer Event: A light blue flyer with palm trees and clouds presents a picture of Citadel EHs's last beach clean up and the words"Join us! Beach CleanUp, 9am to 12pm, Saturday June 25th, Rosies Dog beach at 1 Granada Ave, Long Beach , CA. Bring bags, gloves, and drinks. Beachfront parking provided. Friends and Family welcome!
Volunteer Event: On June 25th, Citadelians will be working together to clean up the Rosie’s Dog Beach in Long Beach California.
Citadel EHS has a longstanding program for quarterly company wide volunteer efforts that benefit our communities and our environment. We consider the environment and our communities two of our biggest stakeholders! This is why we make such a commitment to do events and activities as a company that benefit them–both inside and outside of the office. Each quarter we make a commitment to improving our environment and the lives of those in our community by organizing a company volunteer effort. Our past Citadel Cares events have included tree planting, beach cleanups, personal care kits for the homeless, and many more. We ensure that each of our events aligns with our values as a company. We’re committed to reducing our impact on the environment while simultaneously looking out for the clients we serve and the businesses they hold. We practice what we preach and we lead by example.
On June 25th, Citadelians will be working together to clean up the Rosie’s Dog Beach in Long Beach California. Citadelians gathered together will be picking up as much trash as possible to prevent trash from ending up in the ocean and our waterways—preventing harm to the environment and the animals that reside in it. Friends and family are welcome to volunteer and encouraged to join us in the sunshine as we clean the environment. Stop by and say hello, feel the sand between your toes, and smell the salt air of the ocean. We will be sharing the success and pictures of this event, so keep your eyes peeled for the fun!
Citadelians are welcome to register for this event on Citadel Connect or email the Citadel Cares Committee .

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