On Sunday, July 11 ASEZ WAO volunteers held a paneling display in the city of Boston. The purpose was to raise awareness of the dangers
First responders have been working non-stop since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Studies have shown that they’ve become more vulnerable to stress-related conditions. Stress,
ASEZ WAO volunteers from New York City hosted the Take Action to Reduce Plastic Seminar at the office of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.
ASEZ WAO members held the Environmental Protection Forum for a Sustainable Future to discuss ways to reduce plastic waste and reverse its damaging effects on the environment.
Over 115 ASEZ WAO volunteers removed more than 200 bags of trash from Webster Avenue in Norwood, NY, as part of their efforts to promote cleaner and more sustainable communities. Local government officials attended the cleanup to show their support.
Volunteers from ASEZ WAO partner with the Hicksville Parks Department to beautify Kennedy Memorial Park and preserve their environment. ASEZ WAO launched the project as part of their Take Action Project to help save the earth.
ASEZ WAO volunteers removed 130 bags of trash from the Heritage Trail in Middletown, NY. State Senator Jennifer Metzger and State Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther both attended the cleanup in support of ASEZ WAO’s Take Action Project.