For every 75cl bottle of Sea Change sold, we donate a minimum of 25 Euro Cents to our charity partners. Since our launch in 2018, we have raised in excess of €300,000 for our partners, something we are incredibly proud of.
Our partners range in size from national organisations like Clean Coasts in Ireland to global charities like Ocean Generation. Our aim is to support a local charity in every country where Sea Change is sold. We are committed to helping these incredible organisations protect our marine wildlife and prevent plastic pollution from taking over our oceans.
Ocean Generation has been raising awareness about the devastating impact of plastic pollution on our oceans since 2009. Their documentary, ‘A Plastic Ocean,’ was praised by Sir David Attenborough as “one of the most important films of our time.”
Their goal now is to see the ocean freed from human threats within a generation, with young people being the catalyst for change. They are focusing on ocean action, growing an inclusive global movement to tackle a wide range of ocean threats and influence policy change.
The charity turns ocean science into understandable and practical tools that people everywhere can use in their daily lives. Using film and popular culture, they aim to engage people positively in the vital role the ocean plays in supporting our world.
Clean Coasts is Ireland’s foremost community-based coastal education programme. It counts on the work of over 1200 volunteer groups nationwide, engaging 24,000 volunteers to help protect the country’s coastline, waterways, seas, ocean, and marine life.
Sea-Changers is a UK based charity which was set up by two keen recreational scuba divers. The charity is run entirely by volunteers and exists to fund community projects seeking to conserve and protect our oceans, beaches and marine wildlife. Funded projects range from beach clean-ups to school and community education programmes; to research about the threats being faced by specific marine species. To find out more about the projects and donate, please visit their website.
Olive Ridley Project
The Olive Ridley Project was established in response to the large number of sea turtles being injured and killed due to entanglement in abandoned fishing nets, also known as ‘ghost nets’. The charity aims to educate the public, reuse and reduce marine debris, as well as rescue and rehabilitate injured sea turtles.
A Plastic Ocean Foundation
Hong Kong based charity A Plastic Ocean Foundation (APOF) is run by a group of dedicated scientists, educators, social entrepreneurs, scholars and journalists working towards changing the public’s attitude to plastic through science, education and policy advocacy.
The International SeaKeepers Society
The International SeaKeepers Society supports marine science and conservation by utilising privately owned yachts as platforms for oceanographic research, educational outreach, and marine conservation. The International SeaKeepers Society established SeaKeepers Asia in 2015. The efforts in Asia are focused on creating local awareness of the oceans to build a sense of appreciation and a commitment to protect, conserve, and restore the marine ecosystem where possible.
Bermuda Zoological Society
Bermuda Zoological Society was established in 1978 as a support charity for Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo, with the goal of inspiring appreciation and care for island environments. The charity funds community outreach projects and public events, award-winning exhibits, world-class animal care, plus top-ranked education, conservation and research programmes.
A not-for-profit organisation whose vision is a world in which oceans are healthy and flourishing. Their mission is to inspire the global community to become Ocean Wise by increasing its understanding, wonder and appreciation for our oceans.
One Earth - One Ocean
The goal of One Earth – One Ocean is to clean the seas and inland waters of plastic pollution through maritime waste collection. They have developed a comprehensive and pragmatic concept for the collection and sustainable use of marine litter, which envisages the collection, sorting and processing of plastic with dedicated litter collection vessels in coastal areas and estuaries. In addition to plastic bales for recycling; Energy and fuel are also obtained from the collected plastic waste.
Our Sea of East Asia Network (O.S.E.A.N) is a non-profit, civic group and research institute based in South Korea.
We support a wide range of projects: from community education, to driving industry and government awareness, setting up marine animal sanctuaries and funding small local beach cleans.
See more about some of the work we’ve helped to fund…