Board members hosting the Dirty Dance Keepin' It Clean dance party fundraiser.
Board members cleaning up their adopted MLK exit ramp.
Board Members staff the Trash to Treasure Sale.
How can you contribute to a cleaner, more beautiful community?
The mission of the KACCB program is to educate and empower citizens and businesses with the resources to take action as environmental stewards of litter prevention, waste reduction, and beautification. As a nonprofit 501c3 organization, the KACCB Board of Directors raises funds to support environmental education and community improvement projects. The KACCB Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday of every month from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. with additional committee work being conducted between these meetings.
Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful (KACCB) is seeking dedicated volunteers to serve as members of the KACCB Board of Directors. Applicants must be an Athens-Clarke County resident and registered voter. The KACCB Board of Directors reviews applications and makes recommendations to the Mayor and Commission for formal approval of board appointments. The term of office is for three years beginning July 1 each year.
For more information, please contact the Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful office by phone (706) 613-3501 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
KACCB Youth Board Positions
KACCB is also seeking dedicated Junior and Senior High School students interested in serving in their community. Youth board members meet along with the regular board of directors and will have the opportunity to participate in KACCB programs and events. Students will have a special focus on involving their peers in community education and beautification projects. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age, a full-time student in the Athens-Clarke County area, and have transportation to meetings and events.
The deadline for receiving applications is April 30th of each year.
Keep America Youth Advisory Board
Students also have the opportunity to apply for a spot on the Keep America Beautiful National Youth Advisory Board. The National Youth Advisory Council, supported of the Wrigley Co. Foundation, is a unique opportunity for ten high school students (15-18 years old) from diverse backgrounds across the nation to participate in a service-learning and leadership development program. Participants will contribute to and inform KAB on programs while acting as ambassadors and leaders for youth service in their communities. YAC members will participate in the KAB 2016 National Conference in Orlando, FL (January 31st to February 4th) and produce materials to distribute to the KAB affiliate network. Application must be submitted on-line.