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70 Christian Volunteers Join BLI in Cleanup Event at the Sea of Galilee



At the Beautiful Land Initiative, we believe that environmental stewardship is a universal responsibility that transcends boundaries of faith, culture, and nationality. We were thrilled to have the support of 70 Christian volunteers in our recent cleanup event at the Sea of Galilee, a site of historical, religious, and ecological significance in Israel.



The volunteers, who came from the Phillippines, joined forces with BLI staff and local partners to collect litter and debris from the shores of the Sea of Galilee. They worked tirelessly under the sun, using gloves, bags, and litter pickers to ensure that every piece of waste was removed from the site.


But it wasn't just about cleaning up the Sea of Galilee. It was also about fostering a culture of care, respect, and environmental responsibility. As one of the pastors who joined Joy's tour in Israel put it, "It's [The BLI vision] something that can not only be done here in Israel but it can be replicated in the countries we represent."



Indeed, BLI's message of environmental stewardship resonated deeply with the volunteers, who showed great care and love for the land of Israel. They also expressed their desire to bring back what they learned from BLI to their own communities, spreading the message of environmental responsibility and the important values we share.


As you can see from the images below, the cleanup event was a huge success, thanks to the hard work and dedication of BLI staff, local partners, and volunteers.


At BLI, we believe that every act of environmental stewardship, no matter how small, can make a difference in the world. We are grateful for the support of our volunteers and partners, who share our vision of creating a beautiful land for future generations. If you're inspired by our work and would like to contribute to our mission, please consider making a donation today. Together, we can make a positive impact on the environment and the world. Click below to donate now.


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