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South Side Landfill

This month KIB recognizes the generous support of South Side Landfill. Each year, South Side Landfill provides generous in-kind support to the Great Indy Cleanup, a KIB program that assists Indianapolis residents in combating heavy litter that accumulates in public spaces such as streets, alleys, and waterways, through large-scale neighborhood cleanups held April–October. In 2016, more than 12,500 volunteers collected … Read more

Eli Lilly and Company

This month KIB recognizes the generous support of Eli Lilly and Company. This longtime partner has invested 245,920 hours of volunteer service in the local community and environment through the annual Lilly Global Day of Service with KIB over the past nine years. Through this year’s Lilly Global Day of Service alone, 3,325 Eli Lilly and Company volunteers worked with … Read more

Roche Diagnostics

This month KIB recognizes the generous support of Roche Diagnostics. This longtime partner has invested in the local community and environment through an annual Day of Service with KIB over the past six years—planting more than 685 trees and beautifying schools and parks around our city. This year Roche Diagnostics brought more than 240 employees to the Far Eastside, in … Read more

Ricker’s Replenish

This month KIB recognizes a new partnership with Ricker’s. Launched earlier this month, 32 Ricker’s fuel stations in the greater Indianapolis area now offer a reduced emissions, clean driving, program—Ricker’s Replenish. For every qualifying gallon of fuel purchased, Ricker’s, with GreenPrint, is investing in carbon offset projects and local tree planting projects led by KIB through the Ricker’s Replenish program, … Read more

The Kroger Co.

This month KIB recognizes the generous support of The Kroger Co., a returning sponsor of KIB’s Great Indy Cleanup in 2016. An anti-litter program in partnership with the City of Indianapolis, the Great Indy Cleanup is designed to assist individuals and community groups in combating heavy litter and debris that has accumulated in public spaces such as streets, alleys, greenspaces, … Read more