We invite you to join us in our commitment to preserving and protecting the natural beauty of Louisiana. Your financial support will help us address and expand upon our four key initiatives to: improve policy and infrastructure; strengthen litter law enforcement; influence positive behavior through education; and increase community capacity. Every $1 invested in Keep Louisiana Beautiful results in $34 in services of benefits to local communities. We are committed to keeping our Sportsman’s Paradise beautiful. We work closely with state and local government officials, businesses, civic and community leaders, churches, and schools. By harnessing the collective power of our network, we multiply the impact of our actions.

Thanks in part to our generous donors and sponsors, Keep Louisiana Beautiful and its affiliates were able to affect significant change in communities across Louisiana last year, including:

898,122 lbs. of litter removed from land and waterways
829,569 lbs. of household hazardous waste collected
513,652. lbs. of materials recycled

Be a part of the change. Donate today.

GOLD LEVEL

SILVER LEVEL

BRONZE LEVEL

Andrew R. Johnson, IV

FRIENDS OF KLB LEVEL

Louisiana Beverage Association

Plauché, Smith & Nieset, LLC

Cameron Parish Lions Club

Jackie Maginnis

Tim McIlveene

Carla Buchholz

Dawn Cantrell

ADVOCATE LEVEL

Susan and Mike Strain

Jennifer Jones

Susan and Randy Russell

SUPPORTER LEVEL

Everett Bonner Advertising 

Speedway Printing

Cenla Environmental Science

John Hightower

Samantha Bonnette

Eligha Guillory

Patsy Hebert

Venise Ortego

M.D. Rhodes

Liz Shepphard

Keep Louisiana Beautiful and its affiliates were able to affect significant change in communities across Louisiana last year, thanks in part to our generous donors and sponsors. Be a part of the change. Donate today.

71,751

volunteers and

participants

826,569 lbs.

of hazardous

waste collected

64,517

students received

environmental

education

898,122 lbs.

of litter removed

from roadways

and waterways

$136,158

in grants awarded

to Louisiana

communities

1,367
trees and

215
gardens planted