Our Vision and Mission
Keep Terrebonne Beautiful is a non-profit organization established in 2000 whose mission is to empower the citizens of Terrebonne Parish to take personal responsibility to prevent litter and beautify the parish.
Our mission is to empower the citizens of Terrebonne Parish to take personal responsibility to prevent litter and beautify the parish.
How our work is changing the face of Terrebonne Parish.
Volunteers and Participants: 461
Volunteer Hours: 2,401
Value of Volunteer Workforce: $68,524
Students Receiving Environmental Education: 930
Schools and Universities Involved: 20
Teachers Receiving Environmental Education Training: 31
Waterway and Roadway Litter Cleanups: 2
Litter Removed from Waterways and Roadways: 50,500 lbs.
Recycling Events: 2
Recyclables Collected: 150 lbs.
Cigarette Butts Removed: 400
Trees Planted: 100
Gardens Maintained or Planted: 2
Partnerships with Businesses, Organizations, Churches, Schools, and Groups: 56
Board of Directors
- Dr. Brenda Leroux Babin – past Board President
- Daniel Babin
- Joe Boudreaux
- Connie Bourg
- Becky Gautreaux
- Jennifer Gerbasi – Treasure
- Amanda Gibson
- Mary Gueniot
- Noah Lirette – Vice President
- Anne Picou – Secretary
- Amanda Pontiff
- Cherie Roger
- Ardie Sanders – President
- Sharon Thomassie
- Janie Voisin
- Billie Babin