Keep Oakland Beautiful (KOB) is a non-profit partner organization that works with the City of Oakland towards supporting a clean, green, and litter free city. Keep Oakland Beautiful is currently recruiting new board members. This is the perfect opportunity to get involved and take action in your neighborhood and city! Visit http://keepoaklandbeautiful.org for more information about us and […]
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Skip the crowded malls this holiday season and consider donating to KOB on behalf of your friends, family and loved ones. Keep Oakland Beautiful (KOB) is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, a national nonprofit organization. Oakland Parks and Recreation Foundation (OPRF) serves as the fiscal sponsor for KOB. OPRF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the […]
We have Thanksgiving: a day for giving thanks. We have Black Friday and Cyber Monday: two days for shopping deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday: a global day dedicated to giving back. Last year, more than 700,000 people around the world expressed their passion through giving. This year, we invite you to come together and celebrate generosity […]
KOB is an all-volunteer board, and like you, we all put a lot of time and energy into making our neighborhoods and our city a more clean, green, beautiful and litter-free place. We see our work as a powerful tool against blight and crime. To apply, please download application here: kobboardapplication2016. Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be […]
Want to make a difference in Oakland? Join the KOB Board! To apply, please submit an application to email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and positions are open until filled.
Small grants in the amount of $500 to $800 are distributed by KOB on a competitive basis to projects that clean and beautify Oakland parks, creeks, streets and other right-of-way. Evidence that the project is sustainable after grant funding terminates is a primary criterion. Partnerships that leverage additional resources and the public visibility of a […]