Community Restoration and Resiliency Fund Grants

Keep America Beautiful (KAB)

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Deadline: Rolling

Grant amount: Unspecified amount

Fields of work: Disaster Preparedness Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program

Location of project: United States

Location of residency: United States

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About this funder:



Keep America Beautiful's Community Restoration and Resiliency Fund benefits Keep America Beautiful Affiliates that serve communities directly affected by natural and environmental disasters.

The fund provides immediate and long-term support for initial and ongoing cleanup efforts and helps rebuild vital public spaces: parks, greenways, community gateways, Main Street/downtown areas, open spaces and more. Funds will help improve resiliency physically — as green infrastructure — and socially — to build community.

Through this fund, Keep America Beautiful will provide financial aid, technical support, in-kind donations and other resources to affiliates whose residents living with the aftermath of widespread devastation for months and years to come.

The fund will also offer affiliate communities financial means, technical support and resources to renovate and rebuild public spaces after natural disasters or other unanticipated events or before they occur to improve physical resilience.

Projects could include plans to improve recycling infrastructure and/or services community-wide.  

Generous funding has been provided by individual donors, sponsors and partners -- Lowe's, Keurig Dr Pepper, Santa Fe Natural Tobacco, Dickinson's, Rauxa and MillerCoors -- and the list continues to grow.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • If a Keep America Beautiful State Affiliate organization is applying for pass-through grant funding to support their local affiliates, Keep America Beautiful requires that the sub-recipients are certified affiliates of Keep America Beautiful in good standing.


This page was last reviewed April 09, 2020 and last updated April 09, 2020