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WE'VE BEEN PART OF NEW ZEALAND CULTURE FOR OVER 50 YEARS.

We mobilise over 100,000 volunteers every year - cleaning up beaches, picking up litter, removing graffiti, planting trees and much more. We also work in schools teaching our kids to be tidy Kiwis and helping to protect our beautiful country for future generations. We can't do this without your support. As almost all our work is done by volunteers, your donation can achieve a huge amount.

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OUR WORK IN 2019

$1,851,774

worth of people power towards community contributions during Clean Up Week

19,724,587

total KNZB impressions

1,040,250

visitors at our Blue Flag sites

549,250

students reached through our programming

 
3,302,323

people reached through our paint programmes

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We’re a charitable trust dedicated to keeping our communities clean, safe and beautiful. Our campaigns ‘Be A Tidy Kiwi’ and ‘Do the Right Thing’ have been part of New Zealand culture for nearly 50 years. Our rainbow logo is as recognisably Kiwi as L&P and jandals, and still proudly worn on tee shirts today.

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LATEST NEWS

Award-winning mural unveiled in Napier

Jan 12, 2021

Hawke’s Bay artists, Jil Sergent, has unveiled her award-winning mural titled, ‘Trouble in the Pegasus Basin’, at Bledisloe Primary School in Taradale, Napier. Jil was one of ten winners from across the country who took out the top prize in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Resene Nature Murals Competition 2020. The mural features an underwater scene…

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Congratulations to our Tidy Kiwi Volunteer of the Month for December, Nigel Wilson!

Dec 18, 2020

Congratulations to Nigel Wilson, our Tidy Kiwi Volunteer of the Month for December. Nigel is the Chair of the St Bathans Area Community Association and has taken personal responsibility to keep the small town looking beautiful. Nigel regularly maintains the the town’s campsite, domain and the empty sections around the historic post office and gold office.…

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Broomfield School, unveils award winning mural

Dec 17, 2020

Broomfield School in North Canterbury has unveiled their award-winning mural, titled ‘Together We Are One’ as one of ten winners in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Resene Wall Worthy Competition 2020. The mural represents the unique local environment surrounding Broomfield School, including Mt Grey, the Waipara River, vineyards and farmland. The mural Is made up 198…

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Spotswood College, unveils award winning mural

Dec 3, 2020

Spotswood College in New Plymouth has unveiled their award-winning mural, titled ‘Nga Atua’ as one of ten winners in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Resene Wall Worthy Competition 2020. The mural was designed by two junior students and depicts a story of Nga Atua (Māori Gods) to celebrate the school’s heritage and connection to the land…

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Award-winning mural unveiled in Rotorua

Dec 3, 2020

Rotorua artist, Mark Noble, has unveiled his award-winning mural titled, ‘Care For The World, And It Shall Care For You’ on the corner of Malfroy Road and Old Taupo Road in Rotorua. Mark was one of ten winners from across the country who took out the top prize in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Resene Nature…

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Wellington artist unveils award-winning mural in Brooklyn

Dec 2, 2020

Wellington artist, Kiran Parbhu, has unveiled his award-winning mural in Brooklyn, Wellington. The mural, titled ‘Power’ is located on the side of a substation on Brooklyn Road, which is one of the main commuter routes from the city to Brooklyn and the southern suburbs. Kiran was one of ten winners from across the country who…

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