Keep Jackson Beautiful, Inc. is a non-profit, certified local affiliate of Keep America Beautiful dedicated to changing attitudes and behavior towards environmental issues such as littering and recycling. Our programs focus on education, litter reduction, recycling and beautification of Jackson. We need your help! Volunteer your time or money today.
Our average annual cost benefit ratio is 1:30, meaning that for every $1.00 of local support given to Keep Jackson Beautiful, Inc., we return $30.00 worth of benefits to our community. Our goal is to work toward long-term solutions and education. We hope that you will join us in our efforts! Make a financial commitment today.
Keep Jackson Beautiful, Inc. works to stimulate a will in our citizens to take individual responsibility for improving the quality of life in their neighborhoods. Our goal is to build and maintain a cleanliness ethic that eliminates littering, encourages recycling, protects the future of our urban forests, and fosters the beautification of public spaces. As a certified affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, we are required to assess the results of our programs.
Results matter. Statistically reliable tools enable us to, assess our problem areas, develop projects to address them, and show the results. The Litter Index Survey is an annual survey that helps us assess our litter and visual quality of life issues. The Cost / Benefit Analysis is a calculation method we use to measure the cost-effectiveness of our program. We assess the value of in-kind gifts, volunteer hours, and other services.
Recycle your dry cleaning, newspaper, bread bags, and also the plastic film on products like paper towels. Plastic bottle caps are usually recyclable along with the bottle! You can even recycle your wireless phone!
Keep your yard clean and free of things that can blow into the street and become litter. Set an example by not littering. Litter is also expensive. The annual cost of roadside litter is $115 million a year. Keep a litterbag in your car.
Forests and plants are not only essential to the health and livability of our cities and towns, they're good for our wallets! Trees that are planted within fifty feet of a residence can raise property values by 9%. You can make a difference.
MLK Day Cleanup: Jan. 19, 2015 - Jackson Zoo and Claiborne Park
KJB Board Meeting: Jan 15, 2015 200 S. Presidents Street - 1:00 P.M.
KJB awarded the Lowe's Community Improvement Grant for 2014
Make-A-Difference Day: Livingston Park - October 25, 2014 - 7:30 A.M.