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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 man 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

YRE International Winners

Sep 22, 2020

New Zealand Students Receive International Recognition in Environmental Competition Keep New Zealand Beautiful are excited to announce that three New Zealand students have won awards at the 2020 Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) International competition. These three students were all winners from the national New Zealand Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) 2019 competition…

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Award-winning mural unveiled in Waiuku, Auckland

Sep 16, 2020

Auckland artist, Brigita Botma, has unveiled her award-winning mural in Waiuku, Auckland. The mural, titled ‘Keep Our Home Clean NZ’ is located on the side of the Waiuku Village Butcher’s building on the town’s main street. Brigita was one of ten winners from across the country who took out the top prize in Keep New…

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Congratulations to our Tidy Kiwi Volunteer of the Month for August, Julian Stills!

Aug 31, 2020

Congratulations to Julian Stills, our Tidy Kiwi Volunteer of the Month for August. Julian is a devoted litter collector in Picton. Everyday he heads out on a walk carrying a bag to pick up other people’s rubbish. Earlier this year during lockdown Julian took the opportunity to head out and collect bigger items that had been…

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Grantlea Downs School, unveils award winning mural

Aug 21, 2020

Grantlea Downs School in Timaru has unveiled their award-winning mural, titled ‘Cultural Celebration’ as one of ten winners in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Resene Wall Worthy Competition 2020. The mural celebrates the 20 different cultures at the school by incorporating different plants and animals from around the world. Teacher Aide Penni Naylor says: “We had…

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Award-winning community mural unveiled in Mangonui

Aug 18, 2020

Local artists in the Northland town of Mangonui have unveiled their award-winning mural, titled ‘Mangonui’ as one of ten winners in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Resene Nature Murals Competition 2020. The mural project by group Ngā Atua Hou was led by Māori artists Bobby MacDonald and Amiria Puia with local emerging artist Miriama Soutar and…

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Beautiful Awards 2020 – Finalists Announced!

Aug 17, 2020

Congratulations to all of our 2020 Beautiful Awards Finalists The Beautiful Awards celebrates the environmental excellence of communities, businesses, schools and individuals in New Zealand. Amongst the finalists for the 13 awards, there are six destinations shortlisted for the hotly contested location-based categories: Most Beautiful Small Town (Waiheke Island and Arrowtown), Most Beautiful Large Town…

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