Do you want to be the generation that protects our planet?
For every $1.00 donated to Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful $22.50 is returned to the community through environmental education and service projects.
With your help, we are able to remove over 450,000 pounds of trash/debris, plant over 8,000 plants/trees & host over 900 community improvement events.
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful seeks volunteers for several community cleanups throughout Hillsborough County.
We Believe One Person Can Make
Support Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful and know that 100% of the proceeds stay in our community and help to make a cleaner, greener, more livable home for us all. Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful provides a unique experience for individuals to make an impact in our community. We offer a variety of service projects to work with groups of all ages. We combine education with service to create a cohesive community effort for change.
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful relies on the support of the community. Help us by donating now, sponsoring an event, becoming a member or volunteering with us!
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Plants, Gardens, Trees and Shrubs planted
What People Say
“Volunteering with Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful gave me a different perspective about our Earth and how we should always keep it clean.”
Jazlynn JohnsonJazlynn Johnson
“If we don’t do something, people are going to wonder what happened to our environment. We have to be the change we wish to see in the world. One piece of trash at a time.”
Krista FordKrista Ford
“Cleaning our parks not only helps the animals and environment, but it is also for the young children that play at the parks and for the families that want to enjoy the beauty of their local park.”
Eric VincentEric Vincent
“Volunteering with Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful has changed my perspective on life. Through this experience, I’ve had the opportunity to meet the people that make up the community.”
Jeffrey RayJeffrey Ray
“It was eye-opening to see the amount of trash surrounding the once picturesque area. From this, I learned that we must help preserve the things we love.”
Victoria ChinVictoria Chin
“As paddlers we have a rare opportunity to enjoy Tampa’s waterways and we feel that it is our duty and responsibility to give back for this opportunity. Along with beautifying our adopted areas, we enjoy feeling connected to the community ...
Invictus Paddling ClubInvictus Paddling Club
“Volunteer service should not only be a requirement it should be a way of life. Giving back to those who have paved the way in order for you to be successful is key”