"We aim to inspire community, recognize and share culture, and unite people across the city in proudly calling Dayton home," according to its website.
Interested volunteers can sign up here, or between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. at one of the 20-plus host sites on the morning of the clean up. See the entire clean up map here.
In 2017, Mayor Nan Whaley recognized Dayton Inspires during her State of the City address after the campaign that included 3,600 volunteer hours, and cleanup of 66 tons of trash. Last year was even bigger and this year, Dayton Inspires hopes to make even more of a difference.
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“The previous cleanups have been a tremendous success, and have empowered those in the community to continue to take pride in their neighborhood and keep Dayton clean,” said Matthew Sliver, founder of Dayton Inspires.
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