Grants


Since 2004, Keep Louisiana Beautiful has awarded $3 million in grants to local communities in the areas of litter abatement, waste reduction, recycling, and environmental education.

Keep Louisiana Beautiful supports strong, sustainable, action-oriented programs dedicated to these areas. We fund programs that not only educate and engage but also facilitate attitudinal, behavioral and cultural change.

Healthy Communities Grant

The Keep Louisiana Beautiful Healthy Communities Grant Program is designed to encourage community action in the specific areas of: Waste Reduction; Reuse Initiative; Recycling Initiatives; Litter Clean-Ups; Litter Law Enforcement; Environmental Education/Training; Water Pollution; and Hazardous Waste.

KLB supports strong, sustainable, action-oriented programs dedicated to our mission that demonstrate a clear commitment to community education, volunteer engagement and behavior change.

Learn More About Healthy Communities Grants

See the 2019/20 Grant Recipients

 

In addition to the Healthy Communities Grant, KLB offers four additional grants to KAB affiliates in the state of Louisiana. They were awarded as follows:
Trash Receptacle Affiliate Grants: Keep East Feliciana Beautiful, Keep Eunice Beautiful, Keep Jefferson Beautiful, Keep Mandeville Beautiful, Keep Ouachita Beautiful, and Keep West Baton Rouge Beautiful.

Affiliate Program Grants: Keep Abbeville Beautiful, Keep Abita Beautiful, Keep DeRidder Beautiful, Keep St. Martin Beautiful, and Shreveport Green

Clean-Up Supplies Affiliate Grants:
Keep Baton Rouge Beautiful, Keep Bossier Beautiful, Keep DeRidder Beautiful, Keep Eunice Beautiful, Keep Lake Charles Beautiful, Keep Hammond Beautiful, Keep Mandeville Beautiful, Keep Monroe Beautiful, Keep Natchitoches Beautiful, Keep Ouachita Beautiful, Keep Slidell Beautiful, Keep St. John Beautiful, Keep St. Martin Beautiful, Keep Tangipahoa Beautiful, Keep Terrebonne Beautiful, Keep West Monroe Beautiful, and Shreveport Green

Environmental Education Grants:
Keep DeSoto Beautiful and Keep New Orleans Beautiful
Our 2020/21 grant cycle will reopen on January 1, with applications due April 1. For more information, contact Cabell Mouton, Affiliate and Programs Coordinator.