• Litter Prevention Sculptures

    Litter Prevention Public Art Sculptures In 2015, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful volunteers recovered 65.6 tons of litter and 60.7 tons of recyclables from area roadways, waterways, marshes and public spaces.  Seeking innovative community engagement opportunities focusing on litter prevention, the organization was awarded two grants that fund a creative project

  • Community Greening/Beautification Special Projects

    Keep Golden Isles Beautiful community greening/beautification Special Projects are a great way to make a beautiful difference in our community! Volunteer groups partner with Keep Golden Isles Beautiful on various community greening efforts, projects and initiatives. Cleaning historical markers, planting flowers, constructing raised vegetable beds, spreading mulch, building picnic tables/benches and painting

  • Blight Reduction

    Joining with Keep America Beautiful efforts, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful tackles blight reduction through various programs and projects. Beautification efforts combined with cleanup projects target specific problem areas to reduce blight and revive neighborhoods. When available, grant monies are used in blight reduction efforts and projects. Keep Golden Isles Beautiful routinely

  • Clean Sweep Award

    Promoting clean, green and beautiful community landscapes, the Clean Sweep Award recognizes businesses and non-profit organizations that keep their outside premises clean, green and attractive.  Partnering with the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce and The Brunswick News, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful presents the awards quarterly. An anonymous seven-member volunteer committee from

  • Composting

    Composting is an easy way to transform fruit/vegetable kitchen scraps and landscape trimmings into a dark, rich soil amendment beneficial for gardens and container plants.  Organic waste such as yard trimmings and kitchen scraps represents about 36% of our waste stream and recycling these materials by composting is a natural

  • National Planting Day

    Keep America Beautiful’s National Planting Day, a fall initiative of the Great American Cleanup that takes place each September, is a national call to action designed to mobilize Americans to support local ecosystems by planting native species. National Planting Day celebrates the critical nature of native plants and trees in

  • Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

    In an unprecedented collaboration, dozens of conservation and gardening organizations have joined together to form the National Pollinator Garden Network and launch a new nationwide campaign – the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge. Designed to accelerate growing efforts across America, the Network launched the Challenge to reverse the decline of pollinating insects, such

  • Community Jubilee

    As a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful depends on fundraising to sustain our many programs, projects and outreach efforts. The annual “Community Jubilee” fundraising event combines great live music, delicious southern BBQ, ultra creative upcycled art silent auction and big ticket live auction. Promoting waste reduction, talented local and

  • Clean & Green Golf Tournament

    As a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful depends on fundraising to sustain our many programs, projects and outreach efforts. The annual “Clean and Green” golf tournament is our largest fundraiser and is also a fun community event. Held each Spring at the Brunswick Country Club, the Clean and

  • Tree Buddy Volunteer Program

    With the replanting of 52 new live oak trees to replace those lost to Hurricane Matthew, volunteers are needed to “adopt” individual replanted trees and assist with their watering. The Tree Buddy Volunteer Program is a great opportunity for community members to positively impact the tree canopy in a way