Support our rivers

Every year, 11 billion kilograms of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans. A big part gets there via our rivers.

Our mission? Stop plastic before it reaches our oceans by cleaning rivers, educating people and transforming organizations. We believe change is possible by making a positive impact on our planet, together. 

Our aim for 2025? To clean up 100 million kilograms of river plastics.


But we need you!

A person consumes (on average) 30 kilograms of plastic every year. For every € donated, we collect 1 kilogram of plastics… You do the math.

Do you need a tax receipt? Then you can donate through the King Baudouin Foundation using the button below.



Your donation allows to increase our impact, install more technology, and reach more people. Every donation counts!  “The greatest threat to this planet, is the belief that someone else will save it.”  While it can be you.



Together we make a difference!

100 million kg river plastics by 2025

Our goal is to collect 100 million kilograms of river plastics by 2025! Thats the equivalent of 300 million plastic bottles... ! 100% of the donations will be used to set up cleanup actions and deploy technologies on strategic locations along these rivers.


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100% for clean rivers

Start your cleanup

In the last 3 years, over 100 000 people joined our actions to clean up in or along a river nearby. The moment you pick up trash, someone else's trash, you change! Every first Sunday of the month, we have many River Warriors taking action worldwide. So take a pair of gloves and a bag, go for a walk close to home and be amazed at how much trash you will find! Just try it and become part of the solution! 


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Donate to River Cleanup

To increase our global impact against river pollution, we ask for donations to fund cleanup activities in some of the most polluted rivers in the world. We decided our focus will be on mainly 3 rivers: The Ishem river in Albania – the most polluted in Europe, the Wouri river in Cameroon – one of the most polluted in Africa, and the Citarum river in Indonsia – the most polluted in the world.


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