Keep Prince William BeautifulKeep Prince William Beautiful
Keep Prince William Beautiful is a non profit environmental organization that serves Prince William County through partnering with residents, businesses and government to educate and inspire people to be environmental stewards and keep Prince William... Read more
Keep Prince William Beautiful is a non profit environmental organization that serves Prince William County through partnering with residents, businesses and government to educate and inspire people to be environmental stewards and keep Prince William beautiful. Our vision for Prince William County is one that ensures we are a premiere community that attracts residents, businesses and tourists; that has a strong community engagement and pride; and creates a clean, beautiful, sustainable environment for future generations.
We offer six programs spanning the issues of litter removal and education, recycling education, and water quality. We invite you visit our website to learn more about our work and volunteer opportunities available.
I've been interning/volunteering with KPWB as an Admin Assistant since March and I truly enjoy it. I am completely inspired by this organization and have the upmost respect for what they do. Also, the staff members are great!! They truly care about all interns and volunteers and everyone is treated with respect.
I have volunteered with KPWB before and participated in their internship program for about a month. This is a great local organization that not only focuses on its community's people but also the environment. The staff and volunteers of this organization are inspiring through their passion to help others and respectful nature. I would highly recommend KPWB to anyone interested in volunteering or interning since they are flexible and can accommodate to your needs!
Keep Prince William Beautiful is a wonderful organization striving to educate the community, not only through seminars and symposium related activties, but through action oriented activities (community cleanups and much more). Each and every day of my internship kept me busy in pursuing successful organization of cleanups, giving litter and recycling presentations, and much more. It was great to work with dedicated professionals and volunteers in the community.
Hello All -- I am the Executive Director of KPWB and just wanted to tell prospective volunteers "hello", "welcome" and that we "look forward to working with you soon." Don't hesitate to call; we are happy to answer questions and can find a fun eco-activity to meet most anyone's interest. Don't forget to ask about our internships!