Keep New Zealand Beautiful

We’re a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to keeping our communities clean, safe and beautiful. We’ve been inspiring, educating and empowering Kiwis to Keep New Zealand Beautiful since 1967 and our campaigns ‘Be a Tidy Kiwi’ and ‘Do the Right Thing’ are now an intrinsic part of New Zealand’s DNA.

Every year we mobilise over 100,000 volunteers across the county – picking up litter, cleaning up their neighbourhood, removing graffiti, planting trees, painting murals and much more.

We work with schools teaching our kids how to be Tidy Kiwis and how to protect this beautiful country of ours for future generations.

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Keep New Zealand Beautiful

Our Keep New Zealand Beautiful Ambassadors

We’re proud to have these incredible Kiwis supporting our cause – Hayley King, Stacey Morrison, Michael Van de Elzen and Melissa Chan-Green.

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Our iconic rainbow logo has been a part of New Zealand culture for over 50 years. Visit our online store to shop our retro gear including tees, hoodies, hats and bags as well as our Mama Nature campaign inspired merchandise.

What we accomplished in 2020


branches across New Zealand


students reached through our education programmes


worth of community contribution during Clean Up Week, covering 34,051,800 m2


people reached through our Paint New Zealand Beautiful programmes


media impressions

News & media

See what we’ve been up to. Subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date with all our upcoming events, programmes and competitions, as well as news from our helping hands and branches.

Congratulations to our Tidy Kiwi Volunteer of the Month, Wei Zhang. Wei Zhang is a PHD student at the Department of Public Health, University of Otago, Wellington Campus. Wei has […]

Not-for-profit organisation Keep New Zealand Beautiful will now have another Community Branch in the Hutt Valley to help look after the area between Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt. Keep Hutt […]

Congratulations to our Tidy Kiwi Volunteer of the Month, Hunter Scott. Hunter is 11-years-old and is from Maraekakaho, about 30km west of Hastings. He spends his summer at his family’s […]