Life below the waves is being threatened by one of our most solvable global issues – ocean litter.

Get involved in our Christmas Clean-Up Challenge event to help collect and sort ocean litter across the country and make a difference for our ocean, wetland and costal habitats to ensure that marine wildlife can thrive!

This is the final event in our Corporate Challenge Series for 2022 and will take place on Friday 2nd December in celebration of International Volunteering Day.

Corporate teams of up to 10 participants will work together and compete to collect as much litter as possible during the event. Teams will join our Revive ocean litter reduction experts and will be provided with all the tools and materials to remove as much ocean litter as possible over three hours. It’s a great way to connect and make a difference for our precious marine neighbours.

International Volunteering Day is a unique chance for volunteers and organizations to celebrate their efforts, to share their values, and to promote their work among their communities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), United Nations agencies, government authorities and the private sector.

Did you know that the equivalent of one rubbish truck full of plastic enters the ocean every minute?! Well your efforts will support the excellent work our #SeaToSource project has already achieved in 2020-21.

This challenge contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3 – Good Health & Wellbeing, 13 – Climate Change, 14 – Life Below Water and 17 – Partnerships For The Goals.

Sustainable Development Goals logo

 

As a national event, the challenge will take place at the same time across the country in each time zone. Please note that places will be filled on a first in, first served basis.

There is a $3,000 +GST registration fee per team and each organisation will only be allowed to enter one team per location – check the table below for more information.

 

How to Register

If you would like to participate in this challenge, you can register to participate next to each event below. Get in quick, places are limited!

To register interest in an event, you need to login or set up a profile on our booking hub.

 

Event
Location
Time
Registration
Melbourne Ricketts Point Foreshore, VIC 9.30am  – 1.00pm
(AEST)
Teams: up to 10 people

Cost: $3,000 +GST per team

Registrations Open Soon 

Sydney Plane Spotting Beach, NSW 9.30am – 1.00pm
(AEST)
Teams: up to 10 people

Cost: $3,000 +GST per team

Registrations Open Soon 

Perth Leighton Beach, WA 9.30am – 1.00pm
(AWST)
Teams: up to 10 people

Cost: $3,000 +GST per team

Registrations Open Soon 

Adelaide Kaurna Park Wetland, SA 9.30am – 1.00pm
(ACST)
Teams: up to 10 people

Cost: $3,000 +GST per team

Registrations Open Soon 

Brisbane New Farm Park, QLD 9.30am – 1.00pm
(AEST)
Teams: up to 10 people

Cost: $3,000 +GST per team

Registrations Open Soon 

Hobart* Prince of Wales Bay, TAS 9.30am – 1.00pm
(AEST)
Teams: up to 10 people

Cost: $3,000 +GST per team

Registrations Open Soon 

* A minimum of 4 teams are required for this event to proceed.

 

Below are some useful steps to help guide you through the registration process:

  1. Select your location of interest and click the ‘Register Now’ button. You will be redirected to the sign in page
  2. Before you can access the event registration page, you will be required to sign up or log in to our volunteering portal
  3. Once you’ve signed in you will be redirected to the event group registration form
  4. Fill out your name and your organisation details and the partnerships team will be in touch to facilitate the invoicing process. and share the registration link for your team
  5. Once your invoice has been processed a registration link will be provided for you to share with up to 10 participants from your organisation

Please note only one representative from each location and organisation needs to fill out the form. If you are interested in participating in multiple locations, please complete a form for each location.

If your organisation missed out, why not join our Partnerships Newsletter to get the inside track on upcoming opportunities?

 

Event Format

Here is a sneak peek into what will be involved on the day to help guide your challenge preparation. Each event will be run slightly differently but will follow a similar timeline.

8:30am onwards: Participants start arriving to check-in
9am to 11:30am: Induction, safety briefing, site induction, equipment provided & litter collection commences
11:30am to 12pm: Lunch provided, and local winner announced
12pm: Event concludes

Event Requirements

Cancellation Policy

The Corporate Challenge Series are COVID safe events, and we will do our best to ensure that these events take place as scheduled. However, due to the unpredictable nature of the pandemic unfortunately we can’t guarantee that every event will go ahead. If we must make the difficult decision to cancel an event due to COVID-19, each team will be notified and CVA will endeavour to reallocate your team’s participation to another similar event, if one is available.

If participation cannot be reallocated to a similar event within a reasonable timeframe, the registration cost will be converted into a donation to support CVA as a charity and the hard work and planning that went into creating the best experience possible for our corporate volunteers.

We appreciate your support and understanding.

 

“Wonderful to be out in nature and making a contribution for the greater good.”

– Mary, Stockland, World Environment Day Event Participant

The Winners

There will be a winning team in each challenge location and the winners will receive a prize and participation certificate to acknowledge their achievement.

An overall National winner for the challenge will be announced after the event and they will receive the 2022 CVA Christmas Clean-Up Challenge trophy, made by Wathaurong Glass & Arts.

 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the challenge or are experiencing any difficulty registering, please get in touch with us at partnerships@cva.org.au.

 

Contributing to the SDGs

   

 

Banner image courtesy of Bailey Mahon.

70%

of 2021 participants were inspired to reduce their impact on the environment

80%

of 2021 participants were strongly likely to participate in future action for nature

4.5/5

Experience rating from 2021 participants

Interested in other kinds of Partnerships?

We specialise in developing corporate partnerships which create shared value, grow social licence, and deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals. Why not contact our Partnerships Team to have a chat for ideas about what we could do together?