Clean
Games
Online
Workshop
for activists and NGOs
across the globe
Clean Games are team-based competitions in waste collecting and sorting

Participants clean green and coastal areas using a mobile app to find littered areas and track their scores.
It's a Pokemon Go with picking up litter!
From 30 to 1500 participants per city


5-10 times more litter collected compared to an ordinary cleanup
0.5-20 tons of garbage in 1 hour
We Gamify Environmental Events!
Fun and education activities
Prizes for the winners
Picnic for the participants
Host and DJ
2018
The number of countries who joined Clean Games
Russia
Ireland
Вelarus
Poland
Germany
Denmark
Finland
Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
USA
Sweden

Russia
Вelarus
Poland
Denmark
Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
USA
Sweden

Russia
Вelarus
Poland
Denmark
Estonia
Latvia
Вulgaria
Malaysia
Italy
Georgia
China
Kazakhstan
Japan
Ukraine
Venezuela
Russia
India
Nigeria
Kenya
2019
2014-2017
2020
2021
Now we have organizers in 24 countries!
• Learn how to gamify events
• Get our methodology
• Organize an effective volunteer cleanup
• Improve territory and unite local community
We are looking for organizers!
Join us
Attend the online workshop
In Programm of the Workshop
7 days of webinars
Reviewing homework by experts
Consulting on all issues
Practical task with the organization of the event
Speakers
Zarina Yavuzyigit
Clean Games coordinator
Schedule of workshop program
One Week
Webinar 1
7 February at 19:00-20:30 CET

1. Clean Games: Brief WhatWhereWhen Session:
- History of the project
- Its development
- The goals and achievements

2. A few facts about Clean Games Cup

3. What is the Clean Games and how to take part in it?

4. Play your own game! How to be a Clean Games participant?

5. Acquisition of the teams with their mentors
Webinar 2
9 February at 19:00-20:30 CET

1. What is the non-commercial agreement?

2. What does the organizer start with? Downloading your agreement on the website

3. How to choose the place and time of the game? Why should I approve the Clean Game in the local administration?

4. Preparing the place for Clean Games and buying the inventory.
Webinar 3
10 February at 19:00-20:30 CET

1. How to attract participants? From your family and friends to eco-clubs and sponsors` teams

2. The game announcement in social media

3. How to communicate with journalists and write a press release which will be published?
Webinar 4
14 February at 19:00-20:30 CET

1. How to play Clean Games? The rules not to be broken

2. How to work on the Clean Games website and use the mobile app?

3. Practice: creating the game and purchasing wastes
Webinar 5
16 February at 19:00-20:30 CET

1. Why and when attract volunteers? How to plan the number of helpers and distribute their duties?

2. How to attract partners and sponsors? Secrets of effective fundraising
Webinar 6
17 February at 19:00-20:30 CET
1. Q&A session with thе workshop organizers. We are ready to answer all your questions and help with the preparations for your first Clean Games

2. Meetings with your teams and mentors.
Test games
19-20 February
Hold your Clean Games!
Webinar 7
21 February
Summing up the Workshop
Clean Games is a eco volunteer project founded in 2014. We run gamified clean-up competitions. Our methodology is being distributed for free.

We have held more than 1000 events
in 24 countries with 91 000 participants,
collecting 175 000 bags with 1 900 tons of litter.
Who we are?
We're a national winner at Energy Globe Award 2021, a finalist in Youth category
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
BLOOM
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
Activist
I love the idea! Also the execution. It doesn't require much to do good.
Anna Bojdo
AIESEC
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
Activist
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
Activist
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
Activist
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
Activists
Our partners
If you want to be a partner, please email us at
zaitsev@cleangames.org
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