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Become a member of the Kids Against Plastic Club

T he Kids Against Plastic Club is a free-to-join initiative that encourages children to become active against plastic pollution.

You can join if:

  • You want to do something against plastic pollution
  • You are aged between 6 and 13 (or thereabouts)
  • You have an adult that is willing to supervise and support you

When you become a member, you will …

  • Be able to take part in a 3 tier reward scheme and earn some cool badges and certificates
  • Get access to a Member’s Only area
  • Be invited to ‘meet’ Amy and Ella and ask them questions via a weekly KAP CONNECT call on Zoom.

Members we have to-date:

KAP Club Members

Spend a few minutes filling in the form below. Please make sure you have permission from a parent or another trusted adult.

    I want to join KAP ClubAbout the BRONZE AwardAbout the SILVER AwardAbout the GOLD AwardSomething else

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    If you are a member, use the button below to go to the Members’ Area.

    Join the KAP Club and earn and collect our Bronze, Silver and Gold reward badges by completing the three challenges listed below. The badges are made from metal, and are very shiny and lovely.

    Each Challenge badge comes with a posh certificate, too.

    Listen to Ali, Chief Pickup Officer at KAP, as she explains how to win each award.



    Challenge 1: Litterpicking! To achieve the first challenge of the bronze level your first mission is do to 3 litterpicks and log them on our app! Click this link for instructions on how to use the app. Make sure you send some pictures of your litter picks – you might also be featured in the KAP Club newsletter! REMEMBER: go with an adult and keep safe, AND log your litter picks using the mapping tool/app.

    Can’t wait to hear from you!

    We’re really excited about the new KAP Club and look forward to welcoming you onboard.

    Thank you.

    Ella and Amy



    Challenge 1: Litterpicking! Now the challenges are stepping up! Grab your litter picker again and go out for 7 more litter picks!! 10 litterpicks overall – great work! Show us some pictures too! REMEMBER: go with an adult and keep safe, AND log your litter picks using the mapping tool/app.

    Challenge 2: Spread awareness of plastic pollution through your own resources! That’s right it’s time to get crafty and make your own poster! Make it as creative as possible and we’ll share some really cool ones in the KAP Club newsletter, so make sure you send a photo to us using the form on the left of this page.



    Challenge 1: Litterpicking! Do another 10 litterpicks on our app! That’s 20 in total… I bet your local area will be looking a lot cleaner now! Please keep sending us some pictures of your litterpicks! REMEMBER: go with an adult and keep safe, AND log your litter picks using the mapping tool/app.

    Challenge 2: Become Plastic Clever yourself!! This means stopping using the BIG 4 if you haven’t already! These can be easily replaced with reusables and you can get some really cool patterns too so send in a photo of your funky reusables!!

    Challenge 3: Encourage your school to sign up to the Plastic Clever Schools scheme! We have loads of schools signed up to our Plastic Clever Schools scheme in the UK (and beyond) and yours could be next!! Speak to your teachers about becoming Plastic Clever – we have lots of resources and criteria to help you out. For this challenge your school just has to sign up (nothing else),  so let us know when your school has.


    Recent Kids Against Plastic Team Posts

    With thanks and in memory of Richard Ling

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    Richard Ling  When Richard retired from running his own business at the age of 85, he turned his attention to encouraging people in his village to reduce their use of single-use plastics….

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    Jessie joins the KAP team

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    It was great to get an email from Jessie's Mum saying Jessie wanted to join Kids Against Plastic.
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    Emma joins the KAP team

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    We were so excited to get an email from Emma expressing interest in getting involved with KAP. Emma is already very active with Surfers Against Sewage, but is keen to lead her school to becoming a Plastic Clever School in her role as a Kid Against Plastic.
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    Isobel joins the Hall of Fame

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    Isobel finds single-use plastic as annoying and frustrating as we do, and like us, thinks that it's important to actually try and do something about it.
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