The biggest civic action against waste will be taking place again this year. People world-wide want to change the global waste situation. The World Cleanup Day was the beginning of a much wider process. Join us as we pick up litter around Greenwich on this day!

If you’re interested in getting involved, read on for our 5 ‘rubbish’ ideas, which range from tours to 2 minute challenges. And remember to log your voluntary ACE Hours here.

More information – including safety information and waste sorting info – is available on the World Cleanup Day site.

Are you ready to Step Up your litter picking? Find out how you can participate at 


Mental health problems can affect anyone, any day of the year, but 10 October is a great day to show your support for better mental health and start looking after your own wellbeing. Find out more information and support at

Peace is Possible Campaign

The Peace is Possible campaign mobilizes young people worldwide to create awareness,
advocate, take action and commit to an everlasting world peace.  The campaign aims to build a coalition of like-minded stakeholders from
all sectors of society that are committed to the purpose.

Find out how you can make your commitment to world peace at

JCI is a place to develop your leadership skills, meet inspiring
people and make an impact in your local community.

It is a global, not-for-profit organisation for 18 to 40 year olds, run by its members for its members.
JCI’s mission is to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.
JCI members are from many different backgrounds, cultures and professions, but all share common values
and passion to develop themselves and support and improve their communities.

It’s all about

To gain cv-enhancing skills, give back to your community, network with business leaders, experience new cultures and have a lot of fun.

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It’s time to get involved

You can attend business visits and networking events, participate in training, travel to international events or run a community project. We also enjoy meeting socially and many members form great friendships through JCI.


Whether it’s Public Speaking, Debating or Extempore you can count on training in JCI being practical, supportive, inexpensive, interactive and fun.
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When you join JCI, you enjoy countless opportunities to learn and work with other like-minded and proactive people. So your social life will become richer – that’s pretty much inevitable!
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High-profile corporate bosses from blue-chip companies, networking, going behind-the-scenes at local companies, running
successful enterprise projects and talks by entrepreneurs.
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As a JCI member, you will often have the opportunity to travel to many conferences and training events, all over the world, including the annual European Conference and World Congress.
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Community work is an important element of JCI. By combining community work with other themes, such as business and training, our members learn new valuable skills.
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Join JCI and get started today

Whether it’s for business learnings or just to meet some great new people, join us today and start something life-changing.
  Sylvia Namaganda, Projects Director 2018
Last year, I challenged myself to the post of Projects Director and I hope to achieve more from JCI. I have seen myself grow from glory to glory. I can’t wait to complete University and engage even more.”
I leave this quote with you: “To think big and use our talents, doesn’t mean we won’t have difficulties along the way” Ben Carson 

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JCI UK Deputies Training Weekend 2019

JCI Greenwich Deputy Immaculate Birungi attending the deputies weekend training in Birmingham. Here are some photos from the training.  

JCI Greenwich GALA DINNER 2019

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Participating in World CleanUp Day 21 September 2019

JCI Greenwich president Jo Nganda joining her local community to clean up. World Cleanup Day 2018 united 18 million people in

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