LDF-Funded Triangle Project Featured on National News

The Triangle Project, a new trash cleanup pilot program funded by the Lucky Duck Foundation and designed and spearheaded by LDF volunteer and retired attorney Brian Trotier, compensates individuals $2 per trash bag they clean up from encampments. In its first three days, 2.5 tons of trash have been picked up and the program has been featured on national news as well as the Union-TribuneFOX 5, NBC 7, KUSI, and more.

Associated Press: San Diego homeless residents paid to keep encampments clean

Newsweek: Homeless Residents Will Be Paid to Pick Up Trash in New City Pilot Program

More details are below in the brochure, which was designed by one of our Lucky Ducklings.


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