Volunteers Fair Play Team from Olsztynek organised an action to clean up and clean up the beach and shore of Lake Jemiołowo in Olsztynek. The action was carried out as part of task no. 2 – the “Do something good” action in the Fair Play Program. The motto of the action was “We take care of the environment, we take care of Olsztynek”.

The aim of the campaign was to raise public awareness of environmental education and to show that the problem of littering is still widespread and negatively affects both the aesthetics of the local environment, but also the quality of life, fauna and flora and climate.The event was held on August 21, 2020.

12 volunteers, 8 girls and 4 boys were involved in cleaning and cleaning the beach and the shore of Lake Jemiołowo. The task of volunteers was to participate in cleaning and cleaning the site and promotion of the action.

Partners of the action Fair Play Team from Olsztynek were the Municipality of Olsztynek and the City Office in Olsztynek, who were responsible for coordinating the work of volunteers, organising the export of collected rubbish and promoting activities on the websites of institutions and local media.

The leader of Fair Play Team from Olsztynek is Zbigniew Serowiński, a teacher at the Witold Pilecki Primary School No. 2 in Olsztynek. The activities of his team are appreciated and recognised by local authorities and local communities. Zbigniew and his team make a big contribution to the development of sports volunteering.

The goal of Sustainable Development, which promoted the charity of volunteers from Olsztynk, was the goal number 15- Life on land.The objectives of sustainable development have been formulated by the United Nations (UN) to address global inequalities in various areas of economy and social life and to maintain peace on our planet.

Material carried out within the framework of the project “Fair Play Program = Academy + Teams + Playing + Forum + Research” implemented under the Civil Initiatives Fund for the years 2014-2020 coordinated by the National Institute of Freedom – Centre for the Development of Civil Society