Together, We Keep America Beautiful
It’s in our name. It’s who we are.
In our most recent program year, volunteers logged
over 2.94 Million hours
- Planting over 3.2 Million plants, shrubs, and trees
- Cleaning up and creating over 3,000 green spaces & gardens
- Beautifying nearly 900 public spaces with murals and artwork
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Everyone in America deserves to live
in a beautiful community
It’s very simple. We all deserve a beautiful home, and we all need to come together to create and maintain it.
Keep America Beautiful works across community, government, and business sectors to create beautiful spaces and places for all of us to share.
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KEEP INDIAN RIVER BEAUTIFUL: KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL’S AFFILIATE OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH 2023
STAMFORD, Conn. (March 1, 2023) – Keep America Beautiful® is proud to announce our next Affiliate of the Month. In this KAB initiative, we feature the great work being done in our network of 700 certified affiliates. Our Affiliate of the Month for March 2023 is Keep...
Keep Your State Beautiful
Keep Omaha Beautiful: Recycling How-to’s
When it comes to waste, it’s sometimes hard to know what goes where, and whether or not something is recyclable! Keep America Beautiful affiliate, Keep Omaha Beautiful, aims to correct this problem by providing local residents and neighbors with an easy-to-use guide....
KAB in the News: February 2023
STAMFORD, Conn. (January 2023) – Every day, we are tracking articles, stories, and mentions about the efforts of the thousands of staff members and volunteers who make Keep America Beautiful the nation’s leading community improvement organization. We feel it’s...
Our Signature Programs
Through educational programs and our ongoing efforts including the Great American Cleanup®, Community Impact Grants, and our inspiring #DoBeautifulThings initiative, our beautification work leads to native species plantings, establishing sustainable community gardens, and tree plantings, vacant lot transformation, graffiti abatement, and more.
We believe that service is beautiful. When we work together, we make a more beautiful environment for us all.
Great American Cleanup® (GAC)
Our signature program, the Great American Cleanup®is a nationwide effort spanning 3 months each year. Hundreds of thousands of people come together to take part in local volunteer opportunities, educating, cleaning and beautifying.
Together, our work cleans, greens and beautifies thousands of communities – and counting. Find a cleanup near you!
Community Impact Grants
As the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, Keep America Beautiful® is proud to offer our annual Community Impact Grant Program. This grant program supports communities and our nearly 700-member affiliate network in preventing littering, promoting recycling, and building clean, green, and beautiful neighborhoods.
The grants are designed to support our Affiliate network, other nonprofit organizations, and community groups in implementing programs or projects designed to build clean, green, and beautiful places for all to thrive and enjoy.
Keep America Beautiful is committed to fostering community diversity, unity, and environmental sustainability.
People do beautiful things every day. We celebrate the beautiful work being done by our nearly 700 affiliates and the hundreds of thousands of dedicated volunteers who give their time and energy to serving their friends and neighbors. Learn more about the latest national award winners, and browse our gallery of amazing stories of beauty.
We are proud to offer educational resources for teaching our youth about litter prevention, recycling best practices, and how to create a beautiful place wherever they live. Learn more about our Educational Programs and free downloadable resources.
YOUR DONATION IN ACTION
Your generosity allows us to expand our program offerings, fund community improvement projects from coast to coast, and provide the means needed to make meaningful and lasting impact in local communities across the U.S.