Here's what's new!
Fall Trash Bash
We are starting to recruit volunteers & sponsors for our Fall Trash Bash, September 24, 2016 at Home Depot Parking lot. We need volunteers for the town cleanup and during our environmental fair. Registration online for the trash bash - HERE
Our Fall trash bash will include a town clean up from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm, we will assign volunteers to local parks, trails, & roadways across town. Our volunteers will be provided with gloves, grabbers, protective vests and lunch by In-N-Out Burgers. Special awards & door prizes will be awarded to the volunteers who gather the most trash & recyclables. Giveaways to the first 300 to register.
Our environmental fair will have booths promoting healthy and sustainable lifestyles. We encourage all ages to attend our fair and learn about the great business in the area. There will be children's activities including Home Depot Make & Take craft, rock wall and inflatable slides. For anyone interested in having a booth at our event please download the following form HERE.
Join us for a wonderful day filled with community fun! If you would like to become a sponsor at this event please download the form HERE.
Here are some great pictures from our Spring Event! Make sure not to miss out on this year's fun!
Lend Your Hand in Flower Mound
We need your help! Our Lend A Hand Program helps injured veterans and those in in jeopardy of receiving code enforcement voilations. To continue with this program we need help from our community. The Lend A Hand Current Projects that need help:
- Replace Siding on a single story home
- Remove a dead tree from an elderly resident's front yard
- Remove 5 dead Cottonwood trees from a residents front and back yard
- Veteran Mobile Home extensive work needed: New Roof, Floor, Door, Wheel Chair Ramp, HVAC unit, Walkway, Ceiling & Floors & much more.
- This is our most extensive project and where we need the most aid
- Replace siding on a two story home and complete fence repairs
Any helping hand will make a difference. Please consider volunteering through Lend A Hand.
KFMB has decided that 2016 will be the year of education. With Flower Mound constantly growing, it is more important than ever that we keep our town clean and litter free. Today we are learning that our environmental resources are limited and quite sensitive to our actions. In order to make sure that future generations will not experience a worse environment, we need to be aware of the ideals and requirements of sustainability. With the support of our board members, sponsors, and dedicated volunteers we hope to continue educating and practicing environmental sustainability.
We will be adding a variety of educational classes focusing on : Rain Harvesting, Composting, Native Plant Life, and Recycling. We are also in need of Adopt A Spot Sponsors for several locations throughout the town. If your family, group, or business is interested in adopting a section of our town please visit the Adopt a Spot page in our menu.
If you are looking for a different way to volunteer through our organization we are looking to fill our board with 3-5 new members. Serving as a board member is a perfect way to impact the town community and environment in a positive way. Consider joining our great organization.
Have a great year!
Other Ways to Support KFMB!
LINK US TO YOUR KROGER REWARDS CARD: Our code is: 90445 and you can do this online at: www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com
The enrollment for this year started August 1st (all participants must re-enroll each year to continue earning rewards for their chosen organization).
Or if you shop at Tom Thumb please attach our Good Neighbor #12787 to your Reward Card (can not do online)
Your support will help us continue our new Lend A Hand Community Enhancement Program - helping the disabled, seniors, and financial strapped residents in Flower Mound with outside home repairs/maintenance.
All you have to do to help support us is shop and swipe your Rewards Card or enter your telephone number!
Keep Texas Beautiful Affiliate
KTB's Mission is to educate and engage Texans to take responsibility for improving their community environment. KTB does this through programming and education addressing three focus areas: Litter Prevention, Beautification, and Waste Reduction.