Keep America Beautiful

Meet Our Spotlight Volunteers

5.15.2014–6.30.2104

Ryan Collins

Keep Phoenix Beautiful

From constructing art murals to serving as a recycling ambassador at many cleanup projects, Ryan is a shining example of how one individual can truly make a difference.

David Blauch

Keep Edisto Beautiful

David is known for rallying groups of volunteers to GAC events around the city.

Frank Skiff

Keep Brevard Beautiful

Frank was the site captain for the 2014 Trash Bash and also supervised the installation of recycled tire gardens around the Space Coast.

Liz Kropf

Keep Philadelphia Beautiful

Liz spearheads tree plantings and neighborhood cleanups in the Fairmount section of the city.

Philip Verdung

Keep Corinth-Alcorn Beautiful

Philip has helped energize existing programs and come up with ideas to improve the community.

Andrew Lamb

Keep Akron Beautiful

Andrew Lamb mobilized a volunteer group of 18 University of Akron volunteers who were in the trenches, pulling litter from a local waterway.

Rob Motto Jr.

KAB-Topeka/Shawnee County

For “Get Down and Get Dirty”, Rob organized lunch for over 1,600 volunteers who worked hard to beautify Topeka and Shawnee.

Tom Burch

Keep Bakersfield Beautiful

Tom Burch, who was recently named Outstanding Volunteer of the Year by KBB, created a Retirees Pickup group that regularly to cleans up litter.

Mike Witt

Dow Employee in Midland, MI

Mike Witt, a global leader at Dow and a Chippewa Nature Center Board Member, recently spearheaded a tree planting event at Chippewa Nature Center.

Patti Hogan

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

Patti helps organize monthly GAC events not just in her neighborhood but in several surrounding neighborhoods as well. She regularly gets 100+ student volunteers at every one of her events.

Michael Cole

Keep Oklahoma Beautiful

Michael is an instrumental part of KOB, from getting his hands dirty to finding donations and sponsorships. He is the one that “gets it done.”

Leigh McCall

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

Leigh’s commitment to her community and tireless spirit have absolutely breathed life back into a forgotten neighborhood. Her determination is inspiring.