We have seen weird challenges that went viral on various social media platforms in the last couple of years. Earlier this year we the Birdbox challenge went viral and now its #Trashtag Challenge.
But the #Trashtag Challenge is different, it encourages people to clean up their surroundings, which is really positive, the #Trashtag Challenge also highlights the fact that people who threw those can’t really pick up their own garbage.
The #Trashtag Challenge encourages people from all over the world to clean up the parks, beaches, and streets that are really dirty. The main goal of the challenge is to clean up their own communities before someone else does.
The #Trashtag Challenge has been around for years, but it was just last week that it got attention when people posted photos of before and after’s of those areas that they cleaned up.
The areas that were part of the cleanup operations included those places that were full of plastic trash, the people who took part in the challenge picked up the trash and placed them into plastic bags.
Here are some of the #Trashtag Challenge posts that were shared on Twitter and Instagram:
— Adhiti (@frizhbee) March 10, 2019
#trashtag has been an awesome time world wide flash moment.
From 44bags in Asheville North Carolina, 500 volunteers picking up 8000 lb in South mountain regional Park Arizona, and Hungry cleaning rivers.
This has been one of the best hashtag challenges ever. pic.twitter.com/QON5Ahdkzo
— OREGON I.T. NOT IT⚾ (@OregonJOBS2) March 11, 2019
— Robbie McNeil (@RMcNeil2105) March 10, 2019
— Megan (@bacon_N_megs) March 10, 2019
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I am blown away with the response I got with my other post encouraging people to take part in this new #trashtag challenge! My inbox is full of photos like this! Will be sure to jeep sharing them!🌍🌍🌍 – Tag a friend who needs some happiness 🤗 – Follow @themostwholesomememes for more posts like this 💕💕💕