You can make a difference! Your involvement today makes a difference tomorrow. If you're here to make an impact, you've come to the right place!
Meet us for a community beach clean ups or join us virtually by participating in your own clean up and tagging us to share your efforts!
Ridding the ocean of trash and plastics is our passion and inspiring others to do the same through awareness is our mission!
We are working to create a community that encourages and promotes clean oceans and protect our beaches for future generations. We exist to make a difference and we're so excited you want to be a part of it!
Prevent - Remove - Educate
More than 300 million tons of plastic are produced annually, yet more than 90% of all plastic is not recycled. At least 8 million tons of plastic are dumped into the ocean each year—equal to a garbage truck per minute. Donations help make our efforts to protect the oceans possible.
Please consider contributing.
DO YOUR PART.
DO YOUR PART.
You can be a part of the solution!
Here are some tips to reduce your plastic footprint:
Carry reusable shopping bags
Give up bottled water, sodas and other plastic bottled beverages
Carry reusable utensils and glass drinking straws
Carry a stainless steel travel mug or water bottle at all times for coffee and other drinks while out
When ordering pizza say no to the little plastic table in the middle of the pizza box.
Say no to plastic produce bags
Use Loose Leaf Tea / ditch the tea bag
Say no to plastic cutlery
Ditch the cling wrap
Shop your local farmers market
Buy from the bulk bin and bring your own bags or containers
Choose plastic free chewing gum
Clean with vinegar and water
Avoid anything with “polyethylene” listed as an ingredient.
Switch to bar soap
Use plastic free sunscreen
Use natural beeswax coated cloth wraps instead of plastic cling film (I love ours, and we made our own using our favorite fabric)
Make your own homemade yogurt, nut milk, snacks and energy bars.
Repair things when they break instead of buying a new one.
Compost food waste
Shop thrift stores