June 3-8 — Czestochowa, Poland 
 
This is a large cemetery, around 5 hectares (12 acres), and has a couple thousand matzevah that are visible, so work was concentrated in one designated area. Matzevah volunteers worked alongside descendants of The Association of Czestochowa Jews in Israel and also The World Society of Czestochowa Jews and their Descendants
 
June 10-13 —  Krzepice, Poland.
 
Volunteers from the local high school took part in the clean-up. Many of the matzevot are made out wrought iron and are feature beautiful etchings.
 
June 17-22  —  Wąwolnica, Poland
 
TMF partnered with the Stowarzyszenie “Studnia Pamięci”  to continue the work that was started last summer at the cemetery, founded in the early 19th century. There was also a commemoration ceremony. 
 
June 24-28 —  Krośniewice, Poland
 
TMF partnered with the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland FODZ andworked alongside a group of descendants from the area and volunteers from the city.