Collective action day in lovely spring weather was successful – 27,008 people participated in 1,198 works

Collective action day Let’s Do It held on 7 May in lovely spring weather proceeded without a glitch and was successful. 1,198 collective action events were held, with at least 27,008 participants, many Ukrainian war refugees among them. Water safety was improved in 277 locations, 361 species rich flower meadows were created, and 99 insect hotels were built. Collective spring works can be submitted to the Let’s Do It event map until the end of next week. You can read about the more impressive finds at event sites and impressions gathered in the headquarters during the day at the webpage www.teemeara.ee/otse.
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This coming Saturday sees the 15th edition of the annual nationwide collective action day Let’s Do It

Saturday 7 May is the day of the annual springtime collective action event Let’s Do It, which more than 13,500 people had signed up for as of Friday morning. More than 1,100 collective works have been submitted to the Let’s Do It website, among which are over 270 water safety works and more than 350 Nature Protection for Everyone events. Extra hands are welcome both in cities and the countryside. The annual springtime collective action day held for the 15th time under the moniker Let’s Do It is the largest volunteer-based citizen initiative in Estonia. All those interested can pick their favourite collective action at the Let’s Do It website and help improve the safety of their neighbourhood and the sense of security in every corner of Estonia.
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Let’s Do It collective action week kicks off with this week’s preliminary events

The Let’s Do It collective action week gets underway with the preliminary collective works held in Kalamaja, Tallinn at Salme Cultural Centre. The collective action week culminates this Saturday, 7 May, with the all-Estonian Let’s Do It collective action day. As of early Tuesday morning, more than 1,000 collective actions had been submitted on the Let’s Do It website, with over 11,000 participants. However, extra hands are welcome everywhere. All the people of Estonia and also our new compatriots are invited to the Let’s Do It website at www.teemeara.ee to pick their collective action and sign up for it. New collective actions can also still be submitted at the same address.
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Supplying Let’s Do It foremen with collective action assistance packages begins today

The Let’s Do It team began supplying collective action foremen with assist packages in order to kickstart collective actions related to water safety and nature conservation for everyone. All the people of Estonia who have yet to plan collective works for the Let’s Do It collective action day held on 7 May and who have not yet registered their event, can still do it on the collective action website at www.teemeara.ee.
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The collective action spring gets underway today, focusing on the safety of water bodies in home neighbourhoods

This is the fifteenth time already that the annual springtime collective action event Let’s Do It takes place in Estonia, and today is the day that starts off the collective action spring which culminates on 7 May, the first Saturday in May in the form of the all-Estonian Let’s Do It collective action day. In cooperation with the Rescue Board, this year’s collective action day is focused on the safety of water bodies in home neighbourhoods. Collective work on nature conservation for everyone continues as well. All the people in Estonia are very welcome to participate in the collective action day, as are certainly welcome our new neighbours who have found shelter in Estonia while fleeing from the war in Ukraine. Collective actions can be submitted at www.teemeara.ee.
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