Bid Momo challenge, no-mo! as a new viral trend storms the globe.
The #TrashTag challenge or #challengeforchange pushes individuals to clean up parks, beaches or streets that are filled with litter.
From Nepal to California, hundreds of challenge takers are posting their accomplishments on social media.
The challenge is to take a photo of an area that needs cleaning then take another photo after “you have done something about it”.
This #ChallengeforChange-challenge really gives me hope that at last people are doing something to help the environment. I don't care if they do it to gain likes or whatever what matters to me is the fact that THEY ARE DOING SOMETHING!— bumble (@dangernszx) March 12, 2019
Good job guys!— Mર. J ☬ (@itzJambole) March 12, 2019
Let it be Trending! #Trashtag
Here is a New #Challenge for all. Take a photo of an area that Needs some Cleaning or Maintenance, Then Take a Photo after you done something about it, and Post it.#Trashtag #Galle #ChallengeForChange #lka #srilanka pic.twitter.com/xHDMuD70N1
The #TrashTag already arrived in the Philippines and several Filipinos are posting their accomplishments online.
— Aileen Cerrudo