- Protecting Virginia’s scenic viewsheds
- Promoting more walkable and bicycle friendly options in communities
- Promoting tree planting, roadside wildflower and scenic byway programs
Funds awarded by Keep Virginia Beautiful will be used to cover the cost of shredding, tire collection, and other expense of their Clean Community Day.
Their project is to run an “artisan trash cart workshop” to gather volunteers and materials to design and create their own trash cart.
The Montpelier Foundation wants to have a recycling option for the thousands of people that visit the home of James Madison.
The goal of TWP – The Youth Movement is to develop a safe, welcoming neighborhood garden space for art, entertainment and learning in the area with Norfolk’s highest concentration of low income public housing.
Grant funds provided by Keep Virginia Beautiful will be used to purchase trash grabbers and shoulder waste bags, to make environmental cleanups easier for their retiree volunteers.
FONE is a group of dedicated volunteer community leaders who work to improve Norfolk’s environment through stewardship, education, and restoration.
Their program will launch the Girl Scouts’ Green Team campaign to educate both the GSCCC staff and Girl Scouts about the critical connection between recycling and the environment.