Keep America Beautiful

Take the first step to
a more beautiful future.

Every community garden, thriving park, or cleaned up
coastline comes from the dedicated individuals who saw the
beautiful possibilities and turned their ideas into reality.

Here you can donate to Keep America Beautiful and support
our 600+ local affiliates, or create a movement of your own.

Learn more about Keep America Beautiful and how to be a part
of the Great American Cleanup, the nation's largest community
improvement program. You can find the tools to launch a
cleanup event in your community and additional resources
like our Volunteer Guide here.

Donate Volunteer

Volunteer for your community.

Thanks to contributions from people like you, we can create cleaner, greener and more beautiful communities.
Take action by creating a #cleanYOURblock team or signing up for a local Great American Cleanup event near you.

Don't see an event near you? Sign up to start or join a team.

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Donate to keep
America beautiful.

Every dollar helps us create more beautiful places near
you and across America. Whether your cause is beautifying
parks, keeping the forests green, or educating the next
generation of community stewards, donate here to
turn your passion into action.

How we keep America beautiful.

Keep America Beautiful and our network of more than 600 community-based affiliates
impacts millions of lives. Trees are planted, streets and beaches are cleaned, parks are restored,
and lives are rebuilt. Here are a few beautiful moments you help us deliver each year:

Great American Cleanup
Oklahoma City

We teamed up to enhance the natural beauty of Oklahoma’s Martin Nature Park. We planted 400 trees to make forest trails safer to the public and made efforts to prevent soil erosion.

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Coastal Cleanup Day
San Diego

We supported more than 100 cleanup and beautification sites in San Diego County with I Love A Clean San Diego’s Coastal Cleanup Day 2017. With the help of more than 7,500 volunteers we removed over 150,000 pounds of debris and recyclables.

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Sarvis Park
Flint

We worked with volunteers and affiliates to restore Genesee County’s Sarvis Park. The project included installing new playground equipment and cleaning up the forested area.

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