Each April, Keep Austin Beautiful mobilizes hundreds of volunteers for an incredible day of community service throughout the Greater Austin Area in honor of Earth Month. In 2021, we encouraged individuals and members of the same household to remove litter from their favorite neighborhood spots, and offered a limited number of free cleanup kits. This year, on Saturday, April 9, volunteers were stationed throughout all ten city council districts to remove litter and restore our beloved green spaces. 

Thank you for an Impactful Keep Austin Beautiful Day!

…and that’s a wrap! Thank you to all our volunteers and sponsors who participated in our 37th Annual Keep Austin Beautiful Day.

After previous year’s cancellations due to weather and the pandemic, we were thrilled to be back in action volunteering, beautifying our green spaces, and cleaning waterways with our dedicated volunteers.

Thank you for continuously supporting our mission and making this Keep Austin Beautiful Day one to remember!

2022 Impact Report

Volunteer Photos

We love seeing photos! Please use the hashtags #KeepAustinBeautiful and #KABD and tag us on social media – @KeepAustinBeautiful (Facebook and Instagram) and @KAB_Austin (Twitter). Don’t have social media? Please email your photos to communications@keepaustinbeautiful.org.

Sponsor Keep Austin Beautiful Day

Are you interested in sponsoring Keep Austin Beautiful Day 2023? For more information or to get the sponsorship process started, contact our Development Director, Tiffany Ritter.

Presenting Sponsor

2022 Sponsors

WoodNext Fund

  • 3M
  • The Anderson Charitable Foundation
  • Austin Rowing Club
  • Cherry Bekaert LLP
  • O’Dell Brewing
  • Zilker Boat Rentals
  • The Anjana Foundation
  • The Arnold Foundation
  • Austin Community College
  • Capitol Anesthesiology
  • GOGO Charters Austin
  • HID Global
  • Lemishine
  • Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C.
  • Mermaids for Clean Water
  • Rabbit Foot Studios
  • Thomas J. Henry Law Firm

Partners

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