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Keep Manatee Beautiful is a nonprofit organization that inspires community involvement through its commitment to making Manatee County a cleaner and more beautiful environment. Established in Spring 1991 as an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and Keep Florida Beautiful, Keep Manatee Beautiful has developed networks of volunteers who help provide grassroots solutions to:

  • Littering

  • Recycling

  • Illegal dumping

  • Beautification

  • Solid waste disposal

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P.O. Box 14426
Bradenton, Florida 34280
Corner of Cortez Road & 66th Street West
(941) 795-8272
Fax: (941) 795-3490
keep@manateebeautiful.com

www.manateebeautiful.com

Great American Cleanup

March 16, 2019

9AM to Noon

Keep America Beautiful's Great American Cleanup is the nation’s largest community improvement program, engaging more than 5 million volunteers and participants every year to create positive change and lasting impact in local communities.

Entering its 21st year in 2019, the Great American Cleanup offers structured service projects – experiential environment education, organized volunteer events and employee engagement opportunities – in more than 20,000 communities across the country. Our volunteers’ work returns, on average, $175 million in measurable benefits across participating communities over the past five years. Keep America Beautiful affiliates and participating organizations coordinate events and programs to renew parks, trails and recreation areas; clean shorelines and waterways; remove litter and debris; reduce waste and increase recycling; and plant trees, flowers and community gardens, among more than 40,000 events annually to inspire a new generation of community stewards.

Volunteers can participate at the following locations:

 

  • Anna Maria City Hall at 10005 Gulf Dr.

  • Historic Wares Creek at Bradenton Woman’s Club, 1705 Manatee Ave.

  • Kingfish Boat Ramp on S.R. 64 W., west of drawbridge in Holmes Beach

  • F.I.S.H. Preserve at 11601 Cortez Road W.

  • SR 64 Boat Ramp located on Braden River west of bridge

 

 

 

  • SR 64 Boat Ramp on S.R. 64 E., west of bridge across Braden River