Tunaskin Beach Keepers Club
The Beach Keepers Club started as a way for us to connect and give back to the community we call home and clean up our beaches. In 2016 we held our very first Beach Keepers Club event on Fort Myers Beach and had an amazing turnout of 86 people. Today we have hundreds of people attending annual events in 3 cities. Throughout the year we encourage you to continue your clean-up efforts and not just at our Beach Keepers Club events. Cleaning your community is more than just a one-day event, it’s a way of living and we want you to be a part of it!
2023 KEY WEST CLEAN UP
We want to thank all of our partners and sponsors for continuing to make our Key West Island cleanup a success. More importantly we would like to thank our participants for joining us this Earth Day weekend to clean up our community.
2023 FORT MYERS BEACH CLEAN UP
We had a great group of volunteers at two locations on Fort Myers Beach for our 8th Annual Beach Keepers Club Clean Up! THANK YOU for joining us and Keep Lee County Beautiful in the continued efforts to clean up Fort Myers Beach!
Team Tunaskin presented a check to Keep Lee County Beautiful from the proceeds of our previous Hurricane Clean Up! Proceeds from yesterday’s clean-up will also be donated back to Keep Lee County Beautiful to support their mission of inspiring, educating and engaging the Lee County community in improving and protecting our environment!
Thank you to our sponsors,Mid Island Water Sports of Fort Myers Beach, Norms Beach Parking, The RUDE Shrimp CO. and College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving – Fort Myers, FL!
2023 SARASOTA CLEAN UP
The 4th Annual Tunaskin Beach Keepers Beach Clean Up in Sarasota (St. Armands Circle & Lido Key) took place on Sunday, March 5, 2023! Thank you to all who joined us and to our sponsors! College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving for bringing their team and helping us clean up and haul away all trash collected, Daiquiri Deck for providing food to all participants and Sun Bum, Kaenon and Abaco Sunglasses for providing raffle items. Proceeds from the clean-up will be donated to Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium. We look forward to seeing you next year!