Neighborhood Litter Pick up around Legacy Emanuel and Randall Children’s Hospital

By Legacy Emanuel/Legacy Randall

Please join us for a Neighborhood Litter pick-up around
Legacy Emanuel and Legacy Randall Children’s Hospital
May 8th, 2021 9:30 am-noon

Cleaning up Portland one Neighborhood at a Time


Project Description: Volunteer to help clean up the neighborhood surrounding Legacy and Randall medical centers. Both facilities are nestled in the Eliot Neighborhood, including nearby Dawson Park, Vancouver Avenue Baptist Church, and many historical homes and small businesses.

We have priority areas for clean-up. When you a finished, you will drop off your bagged litter in dumpsters at the Legacy Emanuel registration area.

Pre-registration required: Staff, physicians, family (13 and up) friends are welcome. No experience necessary. Many hands make light work. Use the link above to register.

Meeting and registration location: 2801 N. Gantenbein, main entrance of Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.

Staggered check-in: To avoid a crowd, check-in is between 9:30 am and 10 am.

Free parking: on street or parking structure across from the main entrance.

Bathrooms: portable restrooms are available (ADA accessible). The clean-up is ADA assessable. It’s throughout the neighborhood, walking on sidewalks.

What’s provided: heavy-duty garbage bags, litter grabbers, high-vis vests, and gloves are provided to all volunteers who need them.

What to bring: Bring water, snacks. There will be some water and snacks at the Legacy Emanuel registration area. COVID-19

Safety: Please come wearing a mask. YOU HAVE TO HAVE A MASK ON TO PARTICIPATE.

Age: Youth 13 years and up with an adult. All participants must register and sign a waiver form (you’ll see this when you click the link)

What to wear: comfortable walking shoes, bring gloves if you have them. Dress for the weather.

Supplies: we will supply vests, gloves (or you can bring your own), bags, and tool for picking up garbage.

Contacts: Vicki Guinn and Linda Stanford: or

Photo: courtesy of SOLVE.