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Check out this blog by Corinna Bellizzi, featuring several ocean-oriented not-for-profits and with recommendations for actions you can take to use less plastic, and even organize a beach or trail cleanup.
Our mission is to turn the products you use every day into a force for good in the world. Each time you wash your hair with a SeaBar, you are helping us on our mission to clean the ocean. We believe that if enough people make the simple act of choosing a better way to wash their hair, we can make a massive difference in the world's oceans.
Together, we can clean the ocean!
International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) is one of the world's largest annual preservation and protection events and volunteer efforts for our ocean, waves and beaches. Surfrider Foundation chapters engage and motivate their communities to take action at local beach cleanups. The cumulative result is not only a cleaner and healthier coastline but also a raised consciousness for accessible actions people can integrate into their lives to promote healthy beaches on a daily basis.
Did you love our episode with Mokhtar Alkhanshali, and discovering the roots of coffee in Yemen? Are you just dying to know what it tastes like — to deserving the top rating of 97 from an international body of tasters that are expert in all things coffee? If you or a loved one is a coffee lover, you can find the perfect gift or treat from Port of Mokha. They have subscription packages and gift-sets like that pictured above. Enjoy one of the best coffees in the world — and while you’re at it, you’ll be doing the people of Yemen some good too!
In episode 10 (coming at the end of March), you’ll learn all about Lasagna Love, a not-for-profit, volunteer-led organization that provides lasagnas (and a lot of love) to community members in need. Join the Lasagna Love community — and choose to pay forward a lasagna once, twice, or on a revolving basis. The service matches you with a community member in need, and you drop a lasagna off on their porch for a safe, contactless engagement. Make a family smile with a delicious lasagna, made with love by your own hands.