Coastal Cleanup Day with Heal the Bay

Beachly Coastal Cleanup Day with Heal the Bay

Given our love of the coasts here at Beachly, it’s immensely important to us to do what we can to protect and nurture our precious beaches. September 21st is International Coastal Cleanup Day, the world’s largest volunteer day to protect our environment. It’s a great opportunity to get out and give back to nature for all she gives us. Part of what makes Beachly different is our dedication to helping protect the environment through every box we sell. We donate proceeds from each of our boxes sold to Heal the Bay to help them continue their monthly beach clean-ups.

Beachly x Heal the Bay

COASTAL CLEANUP DAY

On September 21 volunteers from all over the world will do their part to clean local beaches, rivers, creeks and parks. At last year’s Coastal Cleanup Day, Heal the Bay organized 13,464 volunteers and removed 59,600 pounds of trash and debris from L.A. County in a three-hour time span. Throughout the State of California, 66,535 volunteers removed 839,629 pounds of debris, on this day of action. And worldwide, 1,080,358 volunteers removed over 23 million pounds of trash and debris. That trash is no joke!


HOW YOU CAN HELP

Get out this September 21st and do what you can to help clean our coasts and waterways. BYO buckets and cleaning supplies + a positive attitude are all you need to bring. Find a cleanup near you by clicking here!

The Ocean Gives. We Give Back.


Want to learn more about our partnership with Heal the Bay?

We're dedicated to helping protect the environment through every box we sell. Beachly donates proceeds from each of our boxes sold to Heal the Bay to help them continue their monthly beach clean-ups.

Heal the Bay

Want to learn more about Heal the Bay? 

Heal the Bay is L.A. County’s leading environmental nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting local watersheds. The organization has a 35-year track record of using sound science and community engagement to keep our coastline clean, healthy and vibrant. The group conducts two beach cleanups per day on average. Heal the Bay also issues water quality grades for more than 500 beaches each week via the Beach Report Card with NowCast, provides weekly water quality grades for dozens of freshwater areas with the River Report Card, educates thousands of local schoolchildren each year and operates the award-winning Heal the Bay Aquarium. Visit healthebay.org to learn more!

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