BEACH BUCKET FOUNDATION SPONSORS
We would like to acknowledge and thank all of our sponsors for their kindness and generosity in supporting our mission and commitment to their community, environment and in helping us keep our beaches and oceans clean. Without them, this project would not be possible. Please shop small and local, support your local businesses and organizations by frequenting their establishments and getting involved.
Special thanks to all the counties and municipalities for their commitment in protecting our natural environments and keeping our parks, beaches and oceans healthy and clean.
The Colburn Family Foundation
A special thank you to The Colburn Family Foundation for their thoughtful and generous gift.
A very special thanks to the Surfing's Evolution & Preservation Foundation for the incredible gift of a grant which is helping us to expand our beach bucket program!
This grant will help us continue to make beach cleanups accessible to all beachgoers.
“The intent of 1% for the Planet is to help fund these diverse environmental organizations so that collectively they can be a more powerful source in solving the world’s problems.”
1% for the planet has been supporting the environmental non-profit space for over 20 years, and we’re honored to be a partner.
Super stoked and honored to have partnered up with Surfrider Foundation to help us bring our mission to the Space Coast. Offering us their unrivaled coastal community based network of volunteers and experts to carry out our mission through campaign, program and educational initiatives in their local communities.
We are very proud to have partnered with The Town of Jupiter and their #PureJupiter community based single use plastic reduction awareness campaign. By encouraging businesses to eliminate or reduce their use of plastic straws and encouraging consumers to refuse straws, together we can all do the right thing and protect our oceans, waterways, natural areas, and wildlife. Check out #PurelyJupiter and their partners, then take the pledge.
Big thank you to Ocean Conservancy for their generous donation. Ocean Conservancy’s mission is working with all of us to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges. together, we create science-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.
We’re honored and thankful for a generous donation from the Perry J. Cohen Foundation, a non- for- profit foundation that was created to carry on Perry's legacy and support what he was most passionate about. The PJCF is devoted to the advancement of:
The Arts, Environmental / Marine & Wildlife Education and Preservation, Teenage Entrepreneurship & Boating Safety Education.
We’re excited to partner up with the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County and their Adopt-A-Spot program. Started in 1999, Adopt-A-Spot is a litter abatement and beautification program that provides community groups tools and supplies to “adopt” and improve the appearance of specific locations in their community.
With an average of around 750 pounds of trash removed every week, Friends of Palm Beach is a local force of nature. They also aim to educate the community on the effects of this pollution on our environment and marine life. We’re excited to be a partner.
The mission of Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful is to enhance the quality of life in our community by reducing litter and waste, increasing recycling, to beautify, maintain, and sustain public spaces, and to inspire generations of environmental stewards. Our Beach Bucket Program aims to do exactly that, a match made in the stars!
We'll be partnering up with Gumbo Limbo Coastal Stewards for monthly beach cleanups throughout the Palm Beaches!
Founded in 1984, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is a beacon for environmental education, research, and conservation, Gumbo Limbo’s 20 acres on the protected barrier island provide refuge to many varieties of plants and animals - some rare or endangered.
ANGARI Foundation is dedicated to creating a global community that is interested, knowledgeable and invested in marine and environmental sciences by directly supporting research initiatives that foster a greater trust and dialogue between scientists and the public.
We’ll be participating in The Lake Worth Lagoon Drift Card Study (AKA Lagoon Drift) which is a citizen science program that uses a series of coordinated releases of small eco-friendly wooden drift cards to study the motion of water and pollutants in waterways in and around the Lake Worth Lagoon.