FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who Is Keep Evansville Beautiful?
Keep Evansville Beautiful is a not-for-profit organization funded by donations from the public. Our programs focus on Litter Abatement and Prevention, Recycling, as well as Beautification and Community Greening.
209 Main Street, downtown, Evansville, Indiana…. And via the internet, KEB is located in every office, home, school and computer throughout the entire tri-state!
Yes. A gift of personal property is an excellent way to make an endowed gift. It can offer possible tax savings, too.
Donors may make gifts to the Endowment using an annuity, bequest, donor advised fund, estate planning, insurance, outright gift (cash, IRA, stocks, bonds), life income trust, securities, trusts, unitrust, will, personal property such as cash, stocks, bonds, notes, paintings, furniture, jewelry and other similar property.
No. Keep Evansville Beautiful is a privately funded, independent, not-for-profit agency. While Keep Evansville Beautiful engages voluntarily in dozens of public works projects, the agency is not affiliated or funded by local, state or federal government.
No. Keep Evansville Beautiful is a privately funded, independent, not-for-profit agency. While Keep Evansville Beautiful engages voluntarity in dozens of public works projects, the agency is not affiliated or funded by local, state or federal government.
Annually, a dollar at a time. Keep Evansville Beautiful’s staff and board lead an annual fund drive, stage several fund raising events and make countless calls, personal visits and presentations to raise the operating and program budget. While long-term alignments are needed, not many have been found. The community generously supports our work, but securing that support is time-consuming.
$479,000 cash budget. Annually, Keep Evansville Beautiful also attracts and secures delivery of more than $250,000 in in-kind donated services, materials and volunteer labor for civic improvements.
Yes. KEB offers tri-state access to advice, research and more via this website and is available for public speaking and leadership engagements throughout the Tri-State. KEB includes Warrick County Schools in all of its education programs and is working to offer such programming to Gibson and Posey counties. The Evansville Business Journal (EBJ) co-sponsored Greenovation: Beautiful and Sustainable Business Awards are open to the entire tri-state.