Trash for Peace provides hands-on, creative experiences that encourage resilient communities 


Meet some of our ground score workers

Michael Fawcett

Michael Edmund Fawcett was born in Detroit, MI and grew up in nearby Ann Arbor- the youngest of three sons of Lee and Rita Fawcett, both educators. In 1981, his family moved to Lake Oswego, OR. In 1988, he graduated from Lakeridge High School and went on to Linfield College, majoring in Business with a minor in Political Science.
With the help of all the people in his life, Michael was recently afforded the opportunity to re-set the trajectory of his life. Michael joined Ground Score's association soon after it was  founded- seeing in it exciting possibilities to help many people. It also spoke to his deep sense of justice.

In his spare time, Michael enjoys volunteering in his neighborhood and loves reading and writing.

Barbra Weber

Barbra (Barbie) Weber is an effective communicator with a gentle demeanor, dedicated to breaking the stereotypes and misinformation about homelessness.  She is a committed advocate on issues regarding hygiene access for all.  She is highly involved in many organizations and advocacy groups including Street Roots, Sisters of the Road, Right 2 Survive, Western Regional Advocacy Project, Gather Make Shelter, Trash for Peace, and more. She is a well respected and trusted member of the houseless community.  

James Doe

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