Teachers show commitment in the classroom and now we need a commitment from you.
Do Not Litter
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.
Teachers show commitment in the classroom and now we need a commitment from you. KIDS OCEAN DAY is right there every year with the teachers, in the schools and on the sand cleaning up the beach. Keep KIDS OCEAN DAY going with our education program and events by making a donation today.
KOD is not so much a clean up as it is training of what plastic pollution looks like. It’s not just old tires and plastic milk jugs. What the kids learn is that the worst type of litter is the tiny pieces of eroded plastic and debris that usually goes unnoticed. Plastic from those red plastic cups, water bottles and Styrofoam, that go down the storm drains and break up into little fish food-sized morsels that our friends in the sea consume as a dietary staple, destroying our ecosystem. Fish eat the trash and we eat the fish.