Keep the Midlands Beautiful Shoe Drive 2020! Give your shoes a second chance! Learn More About Our Program Find a Drop-Off Location Learn about more ways to help! Ready to learn more? Contact us today for more information!  Get In Touch

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Jacqueline Buck 803.733.1139 info@keepthemidlandsbeautiful.org KEEP THE MIDLANDS BEAUTIFUL SELECTED TO PARTNER WITH TD TREE DAYS TO ENHANCE URBAN FOREST AND THE COMMUNITY BY PLANTING TREES IN COLUMBIA ON OCTOBER 24, 2019 July 31, 2019 – Columbia, SC – TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, has selected Keep the Midlands Beautiful

Keep the Midlands Beautiful Selected to Partner with TD Tree Days to Enhance Urban Forest and the Community by Planting Trees in Columbia on October 24, 2019Read More »

We are so excited to be a part of this incredible opportunity to replenish and enhance the Saluda Riverwalk’s Urban Forest.  We would love for you to join the Riverwalk Planting Team, so please be sure to register below for an incredible, hands-on learning opportunity with Keep the Midlands Beautiful. Contacts Jacqueline Buck / Larry

The UPS Foundation Awards $5,000 Grant to Keep the Midlands Beautiful for Tree Planting Initiative at the New Saluda RiverwalkRead More »

One-Time Cleanups Invest in your community.  Inspire others.  Closely modeled after the Great American Cleanup, volunteers can now borrow cleanup material from Keep the Midlands Beautiful throughout the year in order to make an immediate, visual change in your community—at no cost to you!  Keep the Midlands Beautiful will lend cleanup supplies, including gloves, vests,

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Contacts: Jacqueline Buck / Larry Kaufman Tel: 803.733.1139 / 203.659.3014 Email: info@keepthemidlandsbeautiful.org / lkaufman@kab.org Website: keepthemidlandsbeautiful.org / kab.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Keep America Beautiful Grants $20,000 to Keep the Midlands Beautiful in Its Effort to Restore Washed Out Bridge at Michael J. and Mary Meech Mungo Park after 2015 Flood  Community Restoration and Resiliency Fund from Keep

Keep the Midlands Beautiful Receives $20,000 GrantRead More »