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KIB Announced as Recipient of 2010 Community Relations/Environmental Grant from United Water

INDIANAPOLIS – (June 24, 2010) United Water in partnership with the City of Indianapolis has announced that Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) has been named one of this year’s 2010 Community Relations/Environmental Grant (CREG) recipients.
Funds from the CREG grant will be focused towards KIB’s Adopt-A-Block (AAB) program. The AAB program provides the tools and resources to help empower neighbors to bring beautification and neighborhood revitalization to their very own block by keeping it clean of litter on an on-going basis. There are currently 350 AAB programs in Marion County.
“We are looking forward to building upon the Adopt-A-Block program with this generous grant from United Water,” said David Forsell, KIB president. “This program is one that not only beautifies neighborhoods, but it also brings neighbors together.”
United Water through CREG, has donated over 3 million dollars to communities that focus in the areas of environmental awareness, education, diversity and human services since the inception of the program. With this grant they are donating over $500,000 in funding to 18 organizations in Marion County.
For more information or to adopt your block, please visit our website at .
About Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc.
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit engaging neighborhoods in environmental and community improvement projects throughout the city. Last year, KIB engaged over 40,000 volunteers on projects around the city. The mission of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. is to unite people to build community and transform public spaces through aesthetic and environmental improvement. To learn more, visit
About United Water
United Water provides water and wastewater services to 7.3 million people in the United States. For more information, please visit