Help Us Make An Impact
Growing Our Community
Every day we are growing our community and reaching more and more people. We want to spread the word and grow our family!
Expanding Our Mission
With your help and support, we will be able to expand into new territories and go global by 2023! 🌍
Come be part of our expansion!
Empowering Our Veterans
Veterans have served their time. RFV gives veterans the opportunity to recycle their skills.
Sponsorships & Partners
Join our mission by bringing your employees out for a company clean-up!
What We Stand For
Remove trash from our planet by empowering veterans to clean our communities. We do this by hosting clean-ups in different cities, bringing in local residents, businesses, active-duty service members, and veterans to unite under the mission of cleaning and making an impact.
This is an incredible opportunity for all the volunteers to network, share stories, mentor, and just have fun with people from all walks of life. While our primary goals are to clean, make an impact, and connect with local communities, there have been many times we’ve had our volunteers & Eco Warriors find jobs, obtain community service hours, and receive Letters Of Appreciation (L.O.A.).
Kyle Hansen & Andrew Levin
Kyle and Andrew Co-Founded Recycle For Veterans to not only to serve their communities, but to also continue serving their country by helping the veterans who serve every day. RFV was founded on the principle to give back to the community and environment in a different way they previously served before.
Kyle Hansen grew up in Orange County, CA and enlisted in the United States Marine Corps directly out of high school. After serving for almost five years, he was medically retired due to a severe training accident at Camp Pendleton, CA. After the accident, Kyle realized his military career would be over, but he still wanted to find ways to serve his community.
Andrew Levin was born and raised in Orange County. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he served as an infantry machine gunner and also went on to be a scout swimmer. Andrew quickly realized his passion for the environment after spending countless hours in nature and the ocean. Once separated from the Marine Corps after serving four years, Andrew knew that he wanted to continue finding ways to serve his country and his community.
"Alone, our impact is small; together, we can do so much more."
Our Upcoming Cleanups
Standby: January 5, 2022
Be notified when we drop our next cleanup below!