It’s sad that people throw trash

Kids Ocean Day - ListenVideo – It’s sad that people throw trash

KIDS OCEAN DAY Adopt-A-Beach School Assembly Program has been presented over 4,300 times to over 670,000 California school children since October 1991. About 122,000 kids have participated in the last 20 annual KIDS OCEAN DAY Adopt-A-Beach Clean-Ups.


Donate today to help educate another generation of kids about the impact they can have on the environment.

Remember the first time you went to the beach? I bet you do. How about the first time you went to the beach and saw trash that needed to be picked up? Not as fun. KIDS OCEAN DAY has been working to educate children and cleaning up the beach for over twenty years now with over 670,000 kids participating.Now we are asking for you help. Please donate to KIDS OCEAN DAY and help our program keep going.We can’t do it without you.

For those who haven’t seen it please watch and share our new website and videos.

Thank you for your time and remember, please donate today.

Please go to kidsoceanday.org and make a difference in the life of a child and for the world.


Kids Ocean Day - Listen

Video – KIDS OCEAN DAY – Listen

KIDS OCEAN DAY has worked with over 670,000 kids, teaching them to keep our beaches and oceans clean.

go to kidsoceanday.org and make a difference

 

Kids Ocean Day - Listen

Video – Kids Ocean Day – Listen

 

Kids Ocean Day has worked with over 600,000 kids, teaching them to keep our beaches and oceans clean.


Kids Ocean Day, a unique, nonprofit organization teaching children the importance of coastal quality issues, is expanding its youth-oriented educational program and hands-on adopt-a-beach cleanup worldwide.

With a new website and video campaign, Kids Ocean Day is hoping to raise enough funding to reach millions of children this year – motivating a new generation of clean ocean advocates.

The Kids Ocean Day message has been taken to 5 cities in Southern California, various cities in Mexico, and to the sands of Hong Kong; educating kids and inspiring them to action.  The Kids Ocean Day message and education has been invited to take it’s program to Africa and the Middle East. We are very excited and inspired by this global hunger for a proactive hands on solution.

30 dollars gets a kid to the beach

We are counting on your generous donation to further our work. Every $30 that you donate gives one child:

– a classroom education in sustainability

– a slideshow lecture for his school

– and transportation to the beach for a beach clean up and an aerial art project, changing his or her life forever.

 Please go to kidsoceanday.org and make a difference in the life of a child and for the world.

Kids Ocean Day is launching a world-wide campaign

You are Invited to Make a Difference

There is a World-Wide demand for Kids Ocean Day and

We Need You!

Where we’ve been, where we’re going. Help us get there.

Starting today Kids Ocean Day is ready to take its message of ocean awareness global, and for a very good reason. Environmental health and restoration has devolved into an unmanageable problem requiring a multi-generational and world wide solution.

Kids Ocean Day is launching a world-wide campaign to raise awareness and dollars so we can continue our work to educate children about the oceans and get them to the beach. We will be sharing videos, pictures and news from past events and would like you to share with others and encourage people to donate $30 or more to our education efforts.