Join Seaside Vacations for a Community Beach Cleanup this Sunday, May 1

[Courtesy Seaside Vacations Outer Banks Facebook]
Seaside Vacations invites you to join them at the first Seaside Cares Beach Cleanup of the 2022 season. The local realty company will be at the Carolyn Drive Beach Access in Kill Devil Hills (next to the Ramada Inn), on Sunday, May 1 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm.

This beach access is dear to Seaside Vacations as it is the beach access adopted as a Surfrider Foundation Adopt-a-Beach by Kelley Grider, a longtime member of the Seaside Vacations family, in honor of her daughter and grandson Ravann and Sebi who we lost nearly 2 years ago. Ravann and Sebi were as much a member of our Seaside family as Kelley is and we are honored to pay tribute to them in a small way by cleaning up the beach at their favorite access.

The Surfrider Foundation will be supplying bags and pokers. Seaside Cares is the charitable giving campaign of Seaside Vacations and Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty that contributes to the enrichment of the Outer Banks and other areas in the fields of community, relief, environment, and veterans.

Please consider donating to Seaside Cares and support our mission of giving back to the Outer Banks community. In addition to coordinating volunteer initiatives like this beach clean-up, Seaside Cares supports the Beach Food Pantry, Peak Resources, N.E.S.T., the Outer Banks chapter of the VFW, and is presenting the first annual Seaside Cares scholarship to a graduating Dare County senior this year who has demonstrated a passion for serving the community.

Donations can be made at the beach clean-up event, or contact Seaside Vacations at to make a donation.