Litter Lifters Of West Vincent

Beth Intoccia (12/31/2025)
James Scaperotto (12/31/2024)
Dorothy Lynn (12/31/2025)

Traci Frederick (12/31/2026)
Carys Egan (12/31/2025)
Rosalia Provini (12/31/2024)
Pattie Richards (12/31/2024)

Board of Supervisors Liaison: Dana Alan

Contact:  (committee use)

Committee Annual Reports

The Litter Lifters of West Vincent Township is creating a cleaner West Vincent Township and Chester County one event at a time.

Resolution 14-2023 – Establishing Litter Lifters of West Vincent as an Ad Hoc Committee

Since May of 2020, we have grown from a few caring residents to over 100 people joining our efforts to pick up litter! Over 1,400 bags of litter have been removed from our roads, woods and streams.

Follow the Litter Lifters on Instagram at: litterliftersofwestvincent

If you would like to learn more about how you can support the Litter Lifters or help at a future event, email:

Volunteers must follow the Safety Instruction Sheet and complete the Litter Lifters Volunteer Waiver and Release Form when participating in a Litter Lifters clean up event.

Our Stats as of 12/31/2023:


Bags of litter collected: 1,400 bags and over 190 tires

Volunteer hours: over 2,000, estimated $80,000 value

Events organized: over 30

Awards received:

– Volunteer of Chester County Award

– Green Valleys Watershed Lifetime Achievement Award

– Ocean Conservancy – three years in a row

Our News

  • There are 4 upcoming events for the Litter Lifters: 1.) Event in WVT: Sunday, March 10, 9-11am in Kimberton on Pughtown Road/St. Matthews Road. Partnering with Kimberton Camphill Village residents. Park at Camphill Village (1601 Pughtown Road). West Vincent Township Police support. (https://www.face...

  • Excerpt from Senator Katie Muth’s enews ( distributed on August 8, 2022 – View complete newsletter here A new anti-litter campaign was launched last week in Harrisburg by representatives from PennDOT, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, the...

  • Beth Intoccia was awarded a lifetime achievement award for creating and managing the West Vincent Litter Lifters during a beautiful ceremony at the Green Valleys Watershed Association’s 2022 Spring Celebration at Welkinweir on the evening of May 5. The West Vincent Environmental Advisory Council (EA...

  • The Litter Lifters of West Vincent have been acknowledged for the second year by the Ocean Conservancy and PickUp Pennsylvania. The Litter Lifters joined the efforts of PennDOT and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful in the summer of 2020 by participating in Adopt a Highway. On March 19, The Litter Lifters ...

You make a difference any day, every day. Can’t make one of our Little Lifters events but want to help clean up Pennsylvania? Simply download the Clean Something For Nothing app and use it when you pick up litter anywhere!


Don’t forget to tag our Insta, at litterliftersofwestvincent!

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Larry the Litter Lifter Dog – artist and creator Sabrina Wiant – I am an alumna of West Chester University where I studied studio arts with a concentration in ceramics. Art has taken me all over the world, one of my favorite places being Monet’s gardens when I studied abroad. I have always had a passion for art, and a wild imagination that was fostered by my mother growing up. This project embodies imagination and creativity. It has a playfulness, a familiarity, and a commonality. I found that by using the litter to create an animal form, it was relatable. We want to ensure that we keep our world free and clear of litter. The sphere shape (or ball) inside of the dogs mouth symbolizes the earth, and how important it is to keep it clean. The message this project is meant to convey is that in order for us to keep “playing” in this world, and keeping it beautiful, we need to make sure that we keep it litter free. The piece exhibits a small portion of litter found in Chester County, and speaks to the fact that littering has become a growing issue. The more and more we litter, and don’t do anything about it, the less and less we have of the beautiful spaces the world naturally provides.

  • December 2023 – with West Brandywine Police Department – part of Route 82 in W. Brandywine
  • November 2023 – with East Pikeland Township – Hidden River Park and Preserve
  • Sept 2023 – Rt 401- between Rt 100 and Fellowship: World Clean Up Day and Great American Cleanup 2023
  • May 2023 – Rt 100 – between Blackhorse to Horseshoe- our Adopt a Highway through PennDOT and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful
  • Mar 2023 – Pughtown Road & St Matthews: partnered with Camphill Village Kimberton and OJR HS students
  • Jan 2023 – Rt 401: MLK JR Day partnered with OJR HS students Rt 401