01 May The Great American Clean Up
NEXUS Administrators is proud to have partnered with Mayor Jerry Dyer’s Beautify Fresno Project for the Great American Clean Up on Earth Day. The Great American Clean Up is an annual event that takes place in communities across the country. It’s an opportunity for people to come together and work towards a common goal – to keep our environment clean and healthy. This year, we were thrilled to be a part of this important initiative and to contribute to the beautification of our city.
At NEXUS Administrators, we understand the importance of maintaining a clean and healthy environment. We believe that by taking action and doing our part, we can make a positive impact on our community and the planet as a whole. That’s why we were excited to join forces with the Beautify Fresno Project and contribute to this important cause.
On April 22, 2023, our team along with 1,700 dedicated volunteers took to the streets of Fresno armed with gloves, trash bags, and a determination to make a difference. Together, we worked to clean up a record 15,250 pounds of trash and litter were removed from streets, parks, highway embankments, and riverfronts in 20 locations while removing over 50,000 square feet of graffiti in two hours.
We were honored to work alongside Mayor Jerry Dyer and his team, who have been tireless advocates for a cleaner, more beautiful Fresno. At NEXUS Administrators, we believe that it’s everyone’s responsibility to do their part to protect our environment. Whether it’s recycling, reducing waste, or participating in community clean-up events, we can all make a difference. We are proud to have been a part of the Great American Clean Up and look forward to continuing to work towards a cleaner, healthier planet.
Beautify Fresno holds clean-up operations on most Saturdays in Fresno and provides all the materials including safety vests, gloves, paper pickers, and trash bags.
Follow Beautify Fresno on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @beautifyfresno or visit their website www.beautifyfresno.org.