This GivingTuesday is November 29th, and we thank you for being a part of the Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful community. Created in 2012 as a day to do good, GivingTuesday has grown into a year-round global generosity movement. It’s about ordinary people working together to change the world.
We are grateful for all the volunteers, staff, board members, and partners who make Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful such an awesome organization to be a part of. At each event we make a difference in a small or big way, whether it's removing microtrash from the Coyote Creek Trail or getting down and dirty pulling out a shopping cart from the water.
You're out there pulling weeds, spreading mulch, or planting seedlings at the Don Edwards National Wildlife Refuge with San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory. Or backpacking at the headwaters of Coyote Creek in Henry Coe State Park. Or working to create a new park called Coyote Meadows. Or painting a mural at a park with muralist Paul J. Gonzalez.
Our wonderful naturalists lead explorers on a walk on the wild side at the BioBlitz events, where we discover how the ant impacts the tree, which impacts the habitat for the bird, who in turn eats the worm.
It's all connected!
In honor of GivingTuesday, please consider celebrating it by taking action to:
Volunteer at an event through our website
Make a donation to towards another Coyote Creek mural via PayPal link
Join our team as a volunteer board member or team leader, or an event assistant
We're grateful for all you do with Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful.