Let’s Do It, Romania!
Let’s Do It, Romania! 2013
September 28th wasn’t just a regular Saturday for KeepCalling employees. They decided to take cleaning to a whole new level. In 2013, September 28th was national cleaning day in Romania, as “Let’s Do It, Romania!” took place for the fourth time.
KeepCalling employees participating in the event cleaned a hill in Sibiu and collected 10 garbage bags in just over 3 hours. Most of the garbage consisted in plastic bottles, cans, and all sorts of packages. All these waste products are harmful to the environment, which is why “Let’s Do It, Romania!” is such an important event, meant to help Romanian citizens live in a healthier environment.
Aura Badiu, one of the KeepCalling employees participating in the event said: “This day means more than public cleaning and volunteer work for me. It’s about getting together for a common reason and getting great energy out of it even just by sharing the same rubbish bag or making jokes in a new context.”
Let’s Do It, Romania! 2012
On May 12th KeepCalling embarked itself on a national clean-up project: Let’s Do It, Romania.
The daring and courageous action aims to clean Romania in one single day event. Let’s Do It, Romania events usually take place in spring and autumn and are already famous for their effectiveness and popularity among youngsters.
KeepCalling committed to the joint effort and managed to collect 70 bags of garbage from a populated area near Sibiu, Romania.
KeepCalling encourages everyone to take a stand and make a difference! Everyone should participate in making Romania a cleaner and nicer place.
Let’s Do It, Romania! 2011
September 24th, 2011 was Romania’s official cleaning day. Thousands of Romanian gathered for the second edition of “Let’s do it, Romania!” and cleaned the most polluted areas of the country.
Our Marketing specialist, Cristina Dinulescu, joined this initiative. She helped out in the program for the second year in a row. Good job, Cristina!
Like the year before, this event united volunteers from all over the country eager to restore nature’s beauty in areas where people have already left their mark after a summer of barbecues and car cleaning events. In every county people went to the most affected areas and stashed the dirt into plastic bags and then shoved them off to designated garbage collecting areas.
This event will continue next year too, therefore we hope that even more people will volunteer in the effort of making Romania a cleaner country.