Hold a Clean Games event in your city!
We will teach you how to organize it from scratch and will always be in touch to provide support.
Clean Games are organized differently depending on their size - from a local initiative to an international festival.
Choose the suitable one and write to our coordinator!
Choose a Format

• Event scenario and game rules
• Instructions for choosing a location, raising funds, working with partners, volunteers and the media
• Instructions for using social media with a detailed media plan
• Instructions for using our website and mobile app
• Instructions for preparing the event
• Headquarters layout plan and equipment list
• Brand book with print templates
• Checklists for the team
    1. Methodology

    The IT-platform allows to:
    • Register participants and form teams
    • Track the teams` scores
    • Enroll game points for photos "before" and "after" with a GPS tag
    • Summarize the game statistics and set winners
    2. iOS / Android app and a website

    Our partners are organizations performing in 24 countries
    3. Useful contacts

    • Main team will always give advice and answer your questions
    • Coordinators of Clean Games are activists from 20 countries. They can share their volunteer experience
    4. Support

    We Will Provide
    1. No Politics

    Any political propaganda (i.e. logos on the participants' T-shirts) are strictly prohibited.
    All games, except small ones, must have a photographer.

    Game photos are to be published in social media after the game.
    3. Photos From The Event
    2. Clean Games Brand
    The Clean Games logo must be used on all distributed materials, the use of the brand book is obligatory.
    4. Collected litter disposal
    Waste is taken to a legal landfill or handed over to a processor or sorter no later than on the day after event

    If waste is being sorted, but then will be taken to a common landfill, warn participants that points for sorting are enrolled for game and educational purposes.
    Our Expectations
    Reviews of our training program participants
    • I liked the interactivity of the workshop, and how responsive the hosts were. I got all the answers and also learned how to keep a positive spirit and encouraging mindset.
      Katarina Jurišić
    • Though it was difficult sometimes to find spare minutes for such a project, it definitely was not a waste of time! I liked how practical the tasks were. During the workshop we could share our experience and were guided by the hosts not to get lost in the amount of information.
      Inga Labutytė-Atkočaitienė
    • I love the idea! Also the execution. It doesn't require much to do good.
      Anna Bojdo
    • Everyone is capable of making a difference! I really enjoyed the cozy atmosphere, the fact that you can ask any questions at any time and get a good answer.
      Terēza Šulca
      Latvian Green Movement
    • I want to appreciate for this chance to take part in the Baltic Cup and to become a representative of this project in Belarus. There were more than 100 people on the Game!
      Katerina Karpovich
    • I like that we can see the results of the event. We got so many people together despite bad weather. We are happy that we could participate in the Clean Games Baltic Cup!
      Kamil Grzywacz
    • Clean Games is a really fun way to organize a group cleanup. It worked really well to motivate the children of my forest school to go out and collect all sorts of rubbish with their parents. Definitely, something I'd do again!
      Elisa Pelletier
    • For the first time I saw people picking up trash with such an enthusiasm - both kids and adults. Also after the game people have noticed they started paying more attention to the environment
      Maxim and Alyona Zuev
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