KGIB Celebrates 40 Years of Service in the Golden Isles
BRUNSWICK, GA – (July 24, 2019) – Join in the celebration of Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s (KGIB) 40th anniversary during the August First Friday event in historic downtown Brunswick. Visit the KGIB staff in Machen Square West from 5PM-8PM on Friday, August 2nd for anniversary cake, environmental games, drawings for adults and giveaways for kids.
Since 1979, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful has been a leader in helping keep the Golden Isles of Georgia clean, green and beautiful. A volunteer and community based educational organization, volunteers contribute 14,000+ hours annually in Keep Golden Isles Beautiful efforts, programs and initiatives.
“Our mission is to preserve and enhance the beauty of Glynn County through community stewardship, and we invite all past and present KGIB volunteers, supporters and community partners to come celebrate with us,” said KGIB chairman Clement Cullens. “All of us working together towards a stronger and more vibrant community are making a difference in our own backyard, quite a cause for celebration.”
A public/private partnership, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful depends on monetary, in-kind and volunteer support from individuals, businesses, local governments, civic/community organizations and schools to provide litter prevention, waste reduction, recycling, community greening, water resource and educational programming and activities to Brunswick and Glynn County citizens. Keep Golden Isles Beautiful is a Keep America Beautiful and Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation affiliate.
Begun as “Brunswick-Glynn County Clean Community Commission” in 1979, the organization was renamed Glynn Clean and Beautiful in 1987, Keep Brunswick-Golden Isles Beautiful in 1997 and finally Keep Golden Isles Beautiful in 2015.
A 501(C) 3 non-profit organization, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful functions under the leadership of a volunteer Board of Directors and Advisory Board and a two-person paid staff.
For more information, contact Keep Golden Isles Beautiful: firstname.lastname@example.org, 912-279-1490 or KGIB.ORG.