“The Litter Bug” – Where We Are Today  

Your donations help fill the trash bags Current

Your donations help fill the trash bags
 2018-2019 Donations (as of 2/15/19) – $16,804

2018-2019 FUNDRAISER                                 Changing the habits of the “litter bug” is a slow process.  Despite volunteers’ effort, outreach, and visibility, litter remains a persistent problem in our neighborhood. Once litter is on the ground and in the gutters, it “belongs” to all of us – merchants, property owners, and the community.

Keep Dimond Clean volunteers, a work group of the Dimond Improvement Association, need your help to keep ahead of the litter.

TOTAL FUNDRAISER GOAL: $15,000 (achieved +) 
This “Help! Keep Dimond Clean” fundraiser raises funds to pay a maintenance crew for year-round 5-day a week litter removal. “Keep Dimond Clean” volunteers remove litter 2 days a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There are also work days in Dimond Park on Mondays.

Community Goal: $5,000 (achieved+)                                            
Thank you for individual contributions totaling $5,804 (as of 2/15/19).
Thank you to these Dimond Merchants who contributed to this campaign:
Cafe Umami, Club 2101, Dimond Cafe, Dimond Slice, La Farine Bakery,
La Hacienda, NAMA, Oaklandish, Rockridge Luggage and Leather Goods,
Southern Cafe, Taqueria Los Comales.
Thank you  2-Star Market for a donation of $500.
Thank you  Little Caesars for a donation of $500.

Dimond Organizations Goal: $10,000 (confirmed)                                                                The Dimond Improvement Association and Embrace Dimond (Dimond Business & Professional Association), with support from Oaktoberfest in the Dimond, have made generous donations to this fundraiser.

Please note: All donations made to the DIA for the Keep Dimond Clean program are designated funds to be used solely for Dimond merchant area maintenance and related expenses.  DIA annual membership is not included with a donation to the Dimond Improvement Association (DIA) supporting the Keep Dimond Clean program.