Ocean Conservancy is extremely grateful to our sponsoring partners for their commitment to and enthusiasm for the International Coastal Cleanup.
Outreach Partners: Earth Day Network, Keep America Beautiful, Project AWARE, United Nations Environment Programme
The Coca-Cola Company has a vision: a world where their packaging is no longer seen as waste, but as a valuable resource for future use. Read more »
Bank of America understands the importance of ocean health. Read more »
In 1999, an employee of Philip Morris USA learned that during the International Coastal Cleanup, volunteers around the world pick up more cigarette butts each year than any other item—millions of them. Read more »
Since 2005, cutting-edge work by the NOAA Marine Debris Program (MDP) has moved the cause forward dramatically. Read more »
A connection to the environment and to people inspired Wayne Hollomon Price to start the Hollomon Price Foundation, a fund dedicated to protecting and preserving the beauty of the Earth. Read more »
The International Coastal Cleanup offers sponsors a unique international volunteer engagement opportunity, as well as outstanding social and traditional media outreach support. Ocean Conservancy will work with you to develop a partnership package that meets your company's volunteer objectives and supports our work at the same time.
Ocean Conservancy invites you to join a prestigious group of corporate, foundation and government leaders who demonstrate their commitment to environmental sustainability and community responsibility by supporting and participating in the International Coastal Cleanup.
If your company would like to become a Sponsoring Partner of the International Coastal Cleanup, click here to contact us.
Help keep the ocean healthy for sea turtles, polar bears, whales and people like you.
Ocean Conservancy recognizes that real leadership means developing cross-sector solutions that promote ocean health.
Ocean Conservancy’s Trash Free Seas Alliance® unites industry, science and nonprofit leaders who share a common goal for a healthy ocean free of trash.
Today more than ever, consumers look for products that do more than meet their immediate needs — they must give back to the community too.