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Employee Engagement

Activating human capital investments through employee volunteerism helps brands advance their United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals and drive societal impact.

The Keep America Beautiful® Employee Engagement services develops, manages, and executes top-notch corporate volunteer programs, customizing a company’s volunteering needs to strategically fit into its larger Employee Engagement and CSR programs.

Our transformational volunteer experiences engage employees, benefit companies, and strengthen communities. We make it possible for employees to positively affect their local community and company culture in an authentic and sustainable way. With nationwide reach, Keep America Beautiful can design an employee engagement experience – community garden improvements, recycling lunch and learns, and cleanups, among others – anywhere in the country.

Experiences that have an impact between co-workers and among community members foster relationships that last well beyond your volunteer and sustainable goals. Let us help your company build your brand for both your internal and external customers.

Keep America Beautiful coordinated projects with its community-based affiliates and partners in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Oakland and Irving, Texas, for the Pernod Ricard USA ninth annual Responsib’All Day in 2019. Keep America Beautiful Responsib’All Day initiatives include building garden beds and garden benches in New York City’s McCarren Park and Lentol Garden; cleaning up Irving’s Trinity View Park; restoring one of the oldest community gardens in South Los Angeles; restoring Oakland’s Sausal Creek Watershed; planting trees and plants at the Miami Zoo; among other initiatives. Read more.

Employee volunteers from Xylem Inc., a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, teamed up with Keep America Beautiful and Stamford Mayor David Martin to plant 30 trees at Stamford, Connecticut’s Cove Island Park. The tree planting initiative is part of Xylem’s Global Month of Service in which Xylem colleagues and stakeholders partner with local community organizations on environmental and sustainability initiatives during the month of October. Read more.

For more information about the Employee Engagement services we can offer your company, contact development@kab.org.