Our Partners

Creating a country where every community is a clean, green and beautiful place to live starts with people taking individual responsibility and collective action. Keep America Beautiful extends the reach of our initiatives and multiplies the impact of our actions through partnerships with an array of organizations.

Developing public-private-civic partnerships has been a common thread throughout our history and is an essential ingredient of our heritage. Keep America Beautiful gratefully acknowledges the corporations, nonprofits, educational organizations, associations, government agencies and others whose financial support, sponsorships, employee engagement and in-kind contributions significantly advance our mission and make our work possible. 

What can you do to Keep America Beautiful? Support our initiatives and join us in working toward the common goal of transforming public spaces into beautiful places.

Partner with Us

Dart Container Corporation supports Keep America Beautiful’s “I Want To Be Recycled” public service advertising campaign. Through informational messaging on the campaign website, Dart’s focus is to increase awareness of foam recycling.

Waste Management has collaborated with Keep America Beautiful on the Waste Management Think Green® Grants for a decade. Through 2015, Waste Management and Keep America Beautiful have awarded grants to affiliates and partners in support of more than 205 community service projects.

The Wrigley Company Foundation provides significant support for Keep America Beautiful’s educational programs. The Foundation supported the development of Keep America Beautiful’s “Waste in Place” website and sponsors our national Youth Advisory Council, among other initiatives.

With support from Indorama Ventures, Keep America Beautiful offers recycling education and programs for youth, Indorama Ventures' employees, and the communities where the company operates. 

The Dr Pepper Snapple Group/Keep America Beautiful Park Recycling Bin Grant program has awarded more than 3,400 recycling bins to local governments and community organizations to expand the availability of recycling in a variety of park settings.

Through the Keep America Beautiful/Lowe’s Community Partners Grant program, Lowe’s has funded nearly 300 service projects with our community-based affiliates and partner organizations across the country. In addition, hundreds of Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers participate in our Great American Cleanup, which Lowe’s sponsors annually.

Community outreach has been an essential element of Dow since its founding. Dow’s partnership with Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup aligns with its mission, which has always been to be a good neighbor and a trusted partner, making sure the company leaves a positive impact on every community where Dow has operations.

With support from The Coca-Cola Foundation, Keep America Beautiful offers public space recycling bin grants to local government agencies, nonprofits, colleges and universities to encourage the collection of beverage container recyclables. In 2015, the program provided nearly 90 grants for a total of 5,300 recycling bins.

Nestle Waters North America and Keep America Beautiful partner to improve recycling rates nationwide by providing educational tools to help communities recycle right.

Altria, a founding partner of Keep America Beautiful, is an initial supporter of the Cigarette Litter Prevention Program (CLPP). In addition to the CLPP, Altria supports the Great American Cleanup and provided funding for Keep America Beautiful’s 2009 landmark research initiative, “Litter in America.”

Keep America Beautiful affiliates and The UPS Foundation work together through the Community Tree and Recovery Tree Planting Grant Program to emphasize the importance of native tree planting and trees that will have a greater likelihood of withstanding natural disasters.

Keep America Beautiful and Anheuser-Busch, a past recipient of Keep America Beautiful's Vision for America Award, have had a long-standing history of working together to improve local community environments. Most recently, in partnership with Keep America Beautiful, Anheuser-Busch offers grants to affiliates for high impact public community property restoration projects on land damaged or destroyed by natural disasters.

The Coca-Cola Company is a sponsor of the Chicago Bin Grant program. To date, the program has donated over 40,000 recycling carts for residents. Coca-Cola also sponsors the RecycleMania program, which has led to significant achievements improving recycling at colleges and universities.

American Chemistry Council supports Keep America Beautiful’s “I Want To Be Recycled” PSA campaign in partnership with The Ad Council. Through informational messaging and creative TV and radio spots, the American Chemistry Council aims to increase awareness about the importance of plastics recycling.

Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company supports Keep America Beautiful’s Cigarette Litter Prevention Program. Through its implementation, communities consistently cut cigarette butt litter by half based on local measurements after a program implementation.