I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) offers a broad range of expertise in environmental education program design and implementation. ILACSD works to promote regional awareness of environmental issues including resource conservation, waste reduction and recycling, community enhancement, and pollution prevention. ILACSD is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.
Anna Fadem, Development and Marketing Coordinator at I Love A Clean San Diego, shares the company’s history:
Founded as the San Diego War Against Litter Committee in 1954, I Love A Clean San Diego celebrates almost six decades of promoting environmental education and awareness in San Diego County. In the 1970s “I Love A Clean San Diego” was the slogan for the organization’s anti-litter campaign and in 1980 it became the organization’s name. In 1989, ILACSD merged with the San Diego Ecology Center, joining two leading environmental organizations together to better serve the community, under one name. We are excited to celebrate our 60th year in 2014!
What’s it like to work with I Love A Clean San Diego?
Anna: We are a group who is all dedicated to helping the environment, getting out in the community, and finding new ways to keep San Diego clean
Are there any fun facts about I Love A Clean San Diego?
Anna: 2014 is our 60th year, making us San Diego’s longest-running environmental non-profit