Environmental Partners

For Bodies of Water: Our Partners

Sea Bottle’s commitment to protecting bodies of water begins with our eco-friendly packaging and refill system, and continues with every purchase you make.

As a member of the well-respected environmental organization 1% For The Planet, we are proud to donate a portion of all sales to organizations that raise awareness and improve the state of ocean health and conservation. Sea Bottle chooses environmental partners that work toward a vision of living naturally beautiful lives that are Better for your Body, Better for the Ocean.  

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The Lonely Whale Foundation is dedicated to bringing people closer to the world’s oceans through education and awareness, inspiring empathy and action for ocean health and the wellbeing of marine wildlife.

From Lonely Whale's website: "Born out of the full length documentary, 52: The Search for the Loneliest Whalethe Lonely Whale Foundation was created to develop and support a community of ocean advocates through the champion of the Lonely Whale. Calling out at 52 Hz, the Lonely Whale sings at a frequency unrecognized by other whales leading us to believe it lives alone, calling out to no response. Through the story of our whale we are able to confront loneliness and connect with one another, ourselves, and our environment."

Sea Bottle has partnered with Lonely Whale to bring marine education to all students. When you use the promo code "LONELYWHALE" at checkout, Sea Bottle will donate 10% of sales to Lonely Whale to fund the foundation's bilingual K-5 education initiative. The empathy-based program teaches students about the ocean through the lens of seven sea creatures, living in seven seas, facing seven pollution problems.

Follow Lonely Whale on Instagram and Twitter @lonelywhale! 

Rig2Reef Exploration, helmed by marine scientists Amber Jackson and Emily Callahan, advocates transforming and preserving decommissioned offshore oil rigs to protect the thriving reef eco-systems they have become. 

Amber and Emily's innovative approach to raising awareness and educating the public has been featured in National Geographic and recognized at the Tribeca Film Festival, placing them at the forefront of ocean health and habitat conservation efforts. To learn more about why Sea Bottle supports Rig2Reef Exploration's important work, please read our forthcoming interview with them on our blog.

Connect your passion for re-purposing pumps and protecting ocean life on Instagram @sea.bottle and @rig2reefexplorers.