Learn whats new at Keep Cincinnati Beautiful
Learn whats new at Keep Cincinnati Beautiful
May 2020


Cincinnati is Beautiful.
We're committed to keeping it that way through the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever we need to empower individuals to build community and create a positive future through neighborhood revitalization, education, and mobilization. 

We are so excited to be back to work!
We will be adopting new safety measures and re-launching for the public over the coming months. Safety guidelines for volunteer events will be provided to community leaders and groups soon. Until then we urge people to continue to care for their block or street by picking up litter, maintaining green spaces, and doing what they can for others in the community.   
ARTS -- The Arts team is out painting windows and doors on abandoned buildings (when it's not raining). We look forward to having the help of small volunteer groups soon!
EDUCATION -- We are going virtual! If you haven't seen one of our new growing green habits videos, check them out here. 
GREAT AMERICAN CLEANUP -- We are looking for committed volunteers who want to make a difference where they live or work by adopting-a-spot.
GREENSPACE -- Weeding Wednesdays are back and will help maintain the Vacant Lots: Occupied sites in Evanston. 

Tell your Senator or Representative that Cincinnati needs resources to keep our communities, safe, healthy, and connected.
Local governments, like Cincinnati, have a direct impact on our daily lives. Without federal support, they will be faced with deep cuts to essential services like public health, police, fire, trash collection, road maintenance, and protecting the environment. 


Thank you to the First Financial Foundation for their gift of $8,000 to the Arts Program. Together we will support community art that provides economic opportunities and contributes to the vitality and livability of communities. 
We are proud to join the University of Cincinnati in celebrating 200 years of impact! Their gift of $6,000 will help support our Vacant Lots: Occupied projects in Price Hill, Evanston, and Camp Washington.
Thank you to the Duke Energy Foundation for their gift of $5,000 to support our Education Programs. The Duke Energy Foundation is committed to making strategic investments to build powerful communities where nature and wildlife thrive, students can excel and a talented workforce drives economic prosperity for all.
Thank You to the students at Lakota West and Anderson Highschools for supporting Keep Cincinnati Beautiful with their gifts of $1,000. Your generosity is an inspiration to all and will help us continue to put our passion to work. 

WOW!!!  The Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Relief Fund surpassed its goal with $42,250 raised since Earth Day!
We are so humbled by the outpouring of support from our friends, family, and neighbors. Your generosity will help us adapt and overcome the Covid-19 crisis. Thank You for believing in us and our mission to build community and create a positive future through neighborhood revitalization, education, and mobilization!
Cincinnati is beautiful. We’re committed to keeping it that way. Our education, revitalization, and environmental initiatives build community and foster pride in the places where we live, work and play. Our grassroots network of neighbors, sponsors, and volunteers put passion to work across all 52 neighborhoods, creating safer, cleaner spaces and a higher quality of life for everyone.
Rise up, Queen City. Rep the crown.
513-352-4380 | info@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org
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