Support the Plastic Ocean Project and plastic-free oceans
by supporting these individuals and businesses
sending a portion of their proceeds to us!
Thank you to all of the businesses and individuals supporting POP
and for YOU for choosing to shop with them!
and for YOU for choosing to shop with them!
Get Gritty - Save the Oceans!
GRITTI BRITCHES has teamed up with Plastic Ocean Project to help clean up the ocean and look good doing it. Using Artwork created with plastic from the ocean by Plastic Ocean Project founder, Bonnie Monteleone, they tell the story of how humans have changed the seascape with plastic. Sadly it is a very different ocean than what the original "Great Wave" artist saw less than 200 years ago. A portion of the proceeds go to Plastic Ocean Project's Fishing4Plastics efforts with local fisherman. Your purchase helps fund the restoration of the ocean that we all love. GRITTI BRITCHES is proud to partner with Plastic Oceans Project.
Plaine Products was created out of the need for chemical-free bath products that are environmentally friendly. After realizing how much plastic is used for bathroom items, Plaine Products, which currently offers shampoo, conditioner, and body wash, was born. Their products come in refillable bottles with reusable lids, and they will recycle the bottles for you through their return program!
If you decide to purchase Plaine Products,
please click here or use the code 'POP', and Plastic Ocean Project will receive 10% of the proceeds! Thank you for your support!
Dry Reef & Free Dive Records
Meet Dry Reef and Free Dive Records! Together they are teaming up with the Plastic Ocean Project by creating a music video for their song "Swim" that sends a message of your vital cause. The group has re-released the song "Swim" on July 7th and sending all digital purchases/stream profits would go to Plastic Ocean Project from July 2018 to July 2019!
This up and coming band is fresh off of a 30-city tour and recently played live on iHeart Radio 104.5 (Fall Out Boy, St. Vincent, Walk the Moon and Mumford and Sons did this too).
The band, Dry Reef, was named in awareness of the growing dangers of coral bleaching, so they are dedicated to environmental causes like POP!
When you shop through Amazon Smile a donation is made to the charity of your choice! You can choose the Plastic Ocean Project by simply clicking the image below. Be sure to save and shop Amazon through this link to ensure the donation goes to POP!
Big thank you to Alexandra Morse and the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher for sending 20% of Alexandra’s artwork sales to the Plastic Ocean Project. Be sure to check out the amazing art in the Spadefish Gallery from July through September! For more by Alexandra, visit her website!
Meet James Drakes and the Chris Taylor Trio, a Pittsburgh acoustic/indie-rock band. JDCT3 partnered with the "Plastic Ocean Project" in summer 2017. This group is dedicated to the removal and reduction of plastic pollution in the oceans. A percentage of proceeds from all shows and album sales are donated to POP.
Catch the band at an upcoming show or at their Follow These Rivers Music Fest in October 2018! The FTR Festival is a one-day music and art festival dedicated to raising awareness and funds for the ongoing environmental crises that our oceans and waterways face today. The mission of the festival is to educate through art and music that our local actions can "follow the rivers" to contribute to global impacts and initiatives. Join us for live music, a film screening, guest speakers and a cleanup! A portion of the funds raised at FTR will go to the Plastic Ocean Project. Get your tickets now!
POP is the Re-eco Friendly organization of the month! 20% of proceeds from the sales of these recycled leather handmade earrings get donated to the Plastic Ocean Project. Re-eco Design is a family-owned, Wilmington business that specializes in handmade jewelry, home goods and artwork made from repurposed and recycled materials!
Re-eco Design (5323 Oleander Dr.) or call (910) 399-7068 to have a pair shipped directly to you!
Shoutout to Silverlinings Jewelry and Art for supporting POP! Give them a follow and check out their jewelry (made with repurposed guitar strings!). A portion of the proceeds from sales of these awesome repurposed guitar string bracelets go to supporting POP initiatives.
Musician Kat Selman will send a portion of the proceeds from her debut album, Anything But Ordinary, sales to the Plastic Ocean Project!
With her upcoming debut album, Kat Selman (formerly Kathryn Christie) departs from her jazz roots that helped her blossom as a musician and cultivate her new voice, which includes a unique mix of Americana, Brazilian vibes and her own original songwriting style. Since graduating with a masters in music from The University of North Texas, Kat has combined her experience as a musician in Los Angeles and New York to grow her unique sound and create this album.