Why We Need Your Help
Right now, our team needs funding to be able to add more products, market our idea, and donate to the charities that need our help. With the money raised through this campaign, we are going to do the following:
- Design and complete eco-friendlier products that we can sell through our site, as well as at events.
- Organise more stands at upcoming events so we can get the word out there about Helping The Oceans.
- Invest in ecological materials for our stands, including solar-powered lights with no plastic packaging whatsoever.
- Spread education regarding the degrading effects of single-use plastic in our oceans.
We can’t do it alone.
If you, or someone you know, is passionate about the environment, please help us spread the word. Whether it’s a donation here, or sharing the campaign to your social media profiles, we are stronger together than we are apart. Our oceans depend on it!
Here’s how Helping The Oceans is going to work:
Right now, we have a glass beaded bracelet made from recycled material from the ocean that confirms consumers’ commitment to saving our oceans. We plan to release additional products following the crowdfunding through this campaign.
We are looking to attend events and festivals around the country to get our message across and sell our products.
These products will also be available for purchase on our website. www.helpingtheoceans.co.uk
Our Charity Cycle
More than just starting an eco-friendly movement, our campaign is determined to do something about this ocean abuse.
We will be looking to partner with Oceanic Charities: There are many admirable charities out there right now, trying to help our oceans. They are cleaning up trash by hand, working through machines that sift through ocean plastic, and researching new ways to change this problem in the future.
We Donate Per Sale to the Charity: These charities are non-profit, which means they rely on donations to do what they do every day. We are going to fund their efforts and make it easier for them to make an impact on our oceans. We hope to grow this movement worldwide so we are able to support dozens of charities changing our world for the better.