Do you want to help us achieve our mission?
Why not help us stop plastic reaching the ocean within a generation? Supporting Plastic Oceans UK means you can help us expand the reach and impact of our behaviour change programmes.’
Why work with us?
Supporting Plastic Oceans UK means you can help us expand our education, science and sustainability programmes, whilst helping us change the attitudes and behaviours of more people towards plastic.
Now the awareness has been raised, it is the time to get involved and educate your employees and customers on reducing their plastic footprint. Join us in protecting the planet for current and future generations.
We’re very lucky to do what we do through the support of generous individuals and businesses. If you’re a small business and would like to work with us, please consider registering with Work For Good. They’re an excellent fundraising platform that makes it easy to give as much or as little as you can!
Ocean Revival 2020
“Ocean Revival 2020 are incredibly proud to be raising money for Plastic Oceans UK. We are rowing across the North Atlantic to fundraise for the fantastic work Plastic Oceans UK are doing; we really do believe in the Education, Science and Sustainability programmes Plastic Oceans UK have developed. We are absolutely honoured and privileged to be apart of the journey and the fight against plastic.”
“We are delighted to be working closely with Jo Ruxton and Plastic Oceans UK on their critical work of raising awareness and education globally. Their energy, enthusiasm and collaboration on our Sea Change wine project has helped enormously and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership over many years.”
“Plastic Oceans are doing truly amazing things to create awareness of the plastic crisis that our world faces. Our decision to partner with Plastic Oceans came from the shared belief that we all have a part to play in making tangible changes to the way we use plastic. Together we can achieve more and we wholeheartedly support Plastic Oceans from both our personal and professional views.”