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Join the Shoreline Champions program

Is your business interested in becoming Shoreline Champions? We'd love to have your team on board.

Is your business looking for a team-building activity that makes a positive impact on our ocean?

Our Shoreline Champions program might be the perfect fit.

Through our customized program, you’ll work directly with a dedicated Shoreline Cleanup Specialist as your coach in team-building and cutting plastic waste. We can build your unique Shoreline Champions experience around your needs and price point – including team size and location(s). We’ll help you every step of the way, from setting the stage with your team, to cleanup day run of events, to building momentum and maximizing the impact of your cleanup afterwards.

Engage Your Team

The Shoreline Champions program is ideal for businesses looking for a fun, engaging and outdoors team building activity. As Shoreline Champions, we customize your cleanup(s) to exactly what you want - from group size to number of locations.

Take Action for the Ocean

During every Shoreline Champions cleanup, not only is litter collected from the shorelines, but data is captured on our Data Cards. This valuable litter data gets added to our database of nearly 30 years' worth of cleanup data, which is open-access and has helped to inform policy and research to reduce plastic pollution.

Build Momentum

We'll ensure the impact of your shoreline cleanup is maximized, and help you take the next steps in your plastic reduction journey.

What happens after I apply?

After submitting the form below, a member of our team will be in touch with you shortly to further discuss how we can best serve your needs. Questions? Reach out to us at [email protected]

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