Trash Free Trails has launched an initiative focused on engage UK Bike Stores and Cycling Centres, join together in their mission to remove single-use pollution from places they know, ride, and love.
As an international community of runners, riders and roamers, on a mission to reconnect people with nature through the simple, yet meaningful act of reducing single-use pollution, TFT tackle terrestrial pollution with an upbeat, optimistic and welcoming attitude. And better yet – their latest programme, ‘TFT Community Hubs’, is opening a long guarded gate between individual action and community activism.
What are ‘TFT Community Hubs’? At their simplest, TFT Community Hubs are a local business, organisation, or physical space who have been inspired by the TFT mission, and want to bring it to their own community.
Who can help, and how? TFT are piloting this free programme for people who are already ‘community leaders’ who want to advocate for TFT’s work. The programme is open to cafes, local shops, bike stores, cycling and outdoor centres, community centres and village halls.
What can you expect. A digital pack to help you tell your community you’re a TFT Community Hub
An Invitation to our Online Community Hub Forum, where you can meet other, like-minded organisations who have joined in with our mission
Promotion of your participation in the programme through the TFT channels Invitations to TFT events The support of a global community of organisations like yours who love and protect their trails What TFT ask of you To […]
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