The Broadway Mall Association [BMA] is launching a series of Volunteer Community Clean Ups taking place on five Saturdays starting this Saturday, September 26 through Thanksgiving.
The first Community Clean Up will be Saturday, September 26 from 10am – 12pm, when volunteers will clean the malls from 96th to 110th Streets. Tools will be provided by BMA and NYC Parks including garbage pickers, brooms, garbage bags, gloves and masks.
Volunteers will meet at Metro Diner at 100th Street and Broadway. Coffee will be made available.
“We are very grateful to our sponsors and partners for the 9/26 Cleanup including Valley Restoration LDC, Metro Diner, Community Board 7, One Block, Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Council Member Mark Levine, Council Member Helen Rosenthal, and Marti Cummings.”
To sign up to volunteer, please email BMA at email@example.com.
“Our community is giving back in extraordinary ways. We’re pleased to be holding Community Clean Ups, and we invite our neighbors to join us as we rally to clean the Broadway malls,” said BMA executive director Robyn Bellamy.
Community Clean Ups will be on Saturdays, October 17, October 24, November 7 and November 14. Locations will be announced soon but you can check on BMA’s website at www.broadwaymall.org for up to date information. Rain dates will be held on the following Sundays.
The Broadway Mall Association (BMA) is a non-profit that stewards, advocates, and cares for the 5-mile environmental resource in the heart of upper Manhattan. The 83 verdant malls from 70th to 168th Street stretch from the Upper West Side through Harlem to Washington Heights. In addition to upgrading the 10.6 acres of malls along Broadway, BMA installs winter lighting and stages world class public art exhibitions that reflect the distinct, diverse communities of the area, and engage both residents and visitors alike.
For more information, please contact Julia Kaback at firstname.lastname@example.org or (917) 975-5052.Get the Upper West Side newsletter: