Clean Up Kenya organizes community clean-ups that are voluntary for individuals who wish to participate. However, volunteers must acknowledge that participation in the event involves physical activity and assume all associated risks. Clean Up Kenya and its partners and organizers are not liable for any injury, loss, or damage to persons or property that may occur as a result of participation in the event. By participating in the event, volunteers release and hold harmless Clean Up Kenya, its officials and volunteers, its organizers and partners, and any affiliated organizations from any claims, damages, or liability arising from or related to their participation in the event.

Volunteers have the option to choose not to participate if they feel uncomfortable or unsafe at any time. It is important to note that volunteers should not expect any compensation for their services in a cleanup activity. Clean Up Kenya provides protective equipment like gloves, however, volunteers are encouraged to bring their own Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to cleanups. Clean Up Kenya may provide refreshments during cleanups but is not obligated to do so for all volunteers.

In addition, any children who come to Clean Up Kenya’s cleanups must be accompanied by someone who has a personal or professional relationship with them, such as a teacher. Lastly, it is the responsibility of the volunteers to understand this policy document, and Clean Up Kenya is not responsible for any misinterpretation of the policy.

Updated on 1st March 2023