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

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.

Keep America Beautiful and United States Composting Council raise awareness of the important role composting plays in waste reduction, improved soil structure, improved water quality, and reduced soil erosion by sharing educational resources and collaborating on various programs.

The International Downtown Association promotes Keep America Beautiful’s Cigarette Litter Prevention Program grants to its business-member organizations in its effort to create healthy and vital urban centers.

ISRI, a Washington, D.C.-based trade association represents more than 1,600 for-profit scrap recycling industry companies -- ranging from small, family-owned businesses to large, multi-national corporations. ISRI is a founding partner of the "I Want To Be Recycled" Public Service Advertising (PSA) campaign from Keep America Beautiful and the Ad Council and a national sponsor of America Recycles Day, a Keep America Beautiful initiative.