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JANUARY 2017

SEA-CHANGERS ANNOUNCES THE LATEST ROUND OF PROJECTS FUNDED TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH OF UK SEAS

18 UK marine conservation charities and projects are set to benefit from the latest round of Sea-Changers’ grants – with a total of over £8,500 being distributed.  The money has been raised by fundraising with scuba divers, sailors and cruise-goers, via the charity’s marine business partners such as Mike’s Dive Store, Boat Sharefinder and Hebridean Island Cruises. Read more here

 

JUNE 2016

‘CITIZEN SCIENCE’, ‘LOBSTER-TAGGING’ AND ‘EDUCATION’ AMONGST LATEST ROUND OF PROJECTS FUNDED TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH OF UK SEAS

Eight UK marine conservation charities and projects are set to benefit from the latest round of Sea-Changers’ grants.  The money, raised and donated by lovers of the sea, has been allocated by Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, through its latest series of grant awards. Read more here

 

MARCH 2016

WHALEBAGS PARTNERS WITH SEA-CHANGERS TO CUT PLASTIC BAG USE

A new partnership between Sea-Changers and the Whale Company will give people who want to reduce their plastic footprint the chance to buy practical, attractive and ethically produced bags, whilst also doing their bit for healthier seas. With the partnership purchasers get a 10% discount on every Whale Company order and at the same time 10% of the value of their purchase will be donated to Sea-Changers. Read more here

 

JANUARY 2016

A PARTNERSHIP FOR HEALTHY DRINKING WATER AND HEALTHY OCEANS

A new partnership between the marine conservation charity Sea-Changers and the Water Filtration bottle company Water-to-Go will provide an opportunity for people to ensure they have safe drinking water, wherever they are in the world, whilst also doing their part for healthier oceans. Read more here

 

DECEMBER 2015

BEACH RANGERS, WHALE MONITORING AND SEAWEED RESEARCH AMONGST PROJECTS FUNDED TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH OF UK SEAS.

Scuba divers, sailors, surfers, cruisers and other sea-users have supported six UK marine conservation charities and projects through Sea-Changers’ latest round of funds. The money, raised by sea-users wanting to contribute to the marine environment they love, was allocated by Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, through its latest grant allocation process, which saw grants ranging from £400 to £1,000 to six projects across the UK. Read more here

 

OCTOBER 2015

BOAT SHARE FINDER JUMP ON BOARD TO SUPPORT UK SEAS VIA NEW CHARITY PARTNERSHIP WITH SEA-CHANGERS

The innovative project, Boat Share Finder has signed up to show its commitment to marine conservation. BoatShareFinder.com is a portal bringing together existing boat owners and aspiring boat owners to buy and sell shares in all types of vessels quickly and easily. But instead of charging for this service they are asking their customers to do a simple but generous thing: make a donation based on what they feel the service is worth. With one of the nominated charities being Sea-Changers, this donation will then be used to support the health of the UK’s seas. Read more here

 

SEACOTHERAPY SUPPORTS UK MARINE CONSERVATION VIA CHARITY PARTNERSHIP WITH SEA-CHANGERS

SEAcotherapy has signed up to contribute to UK marine conservation activities by supporting the charity, Sea-Changers. SEAcotherapy will donate 1% of the value of all their sales to the charity. Customers will be invited to match this and make their own donations too. Read more here

 

JUNE 2015

SEA-CHANGERS GIVES 6 MORE GRANTS TO UK MARINE CONSERVATION PROJECTS

Cruise-goers, sailors, scuba divers, surfers and other sea-users have supported six UK marine conservation charities and projects through Sea-Changers’ latest round of funds.The money, raised by sea-users wanting to contribute to the marine environment they love, was allocated by Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, through its latest grant allocation process, which saw grants ranging from £500 to £650 to six projects right across the UK. Read more here

 

APRIL 2015

MIKE’S DIVE STORE SUPPORTS UK MARINE CONSERVATION VIA NEW CHARITY PARTNERSHIP WITH SEA-CHANGERS

Mikes’ Dive Store has signed up to contribute to UK marine conservation activities by supporting the charity, Sea-Changers. Mike’s, a leading and long established diving retailer will donate 1% of the value of all of its online sales to the charity. Customers will be invited to match the company’s generosity and make their own donations too. Read more here.

 

FEBRUARY 2015

KATE COMPLETES AN ICE MILE FOR SEA-CHANGERS

On Saturday 31st January 2015, Kate Steels-Fryatt, 45, from Bishops Waltham, became only the 110th person to swim an Ice Mile, ratified under the International Ice Swimming Association (IISA) Rules.

An “Ice Mile” is a swim of at least 1609.3m in water of less than 5 degrees C wearing only a swimming costume, hat and goggles. No wetsuit or neoprene is allowed and severe hypothermia is a real risk. In swimming an Ice Mile Kate is fundraising for Sea-Changers.  Read more here.

 

JANUARY 2015

SEA-CHANGERS GIVES 7 MORE GRANTS TO UK MARINE CONSERVATION PROJECTS

Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, has completed its latest grant allocation process and has made grants ranging from £500 to £1,000 to 7 UK marine conservation charities and projects. The grants will fund projects right across the UK. Read more here.

 

 

SEPTEMBER 2014

ASAP SUPPLIES SUPPORTS UK MARINE CONSERVATION VIA NEW CHARITY PARTNERSHIP WITH SEA-CHANGERS

ASAP Supplies Ltd. have signed up to support UK marine conservation by supporting the charity, Sea-Changers. ASAP Supplies, which celebrated its 25th anniversary earlier this year will become a Silver Level Business Supporter of Sea-Changers. Their support includes a generous £500 donation. The money will feed into Sea-Changers’ grant fund which is distributed to UK based marine conservation projects. ASAP Supplies, in supporting this innovative charity, demonstrates its strong environmental commitment. ASAP also joins a growing community of Sea-Changer businesses and individuals who are passionate about giving something back to the seas they love. In September 2014 Sea-Changers will be at the PSP Southampton Boat Show as the chosen charity of PSP, the Show’s lead sponsor. Read the full press release here.

 

JULY 2014

PSP ANNOUNCES SEA-CHANGERS AS ITS CHARITY OF THE PSP SOUTHAMPTON BOAT SHOW

PSP has selected Sea-Changers as its chosen charity to support during the PSP Southampton Boat Show this September.

Each year PSP, title sponsor of the show, chooses a charity or charities to support throughout the event and helps them raise awareness through use of its hospitality suite and high-profile stand during the show. Read the full press release here

 

March 2014

E-REPS FORUM AND SEA-CHANGERS LAUNCH PLASTIC CHALLENGE

Sea-Changers, has teamed up with E-Reps Forum, and a range of environmental companies to launch The Plastic Challenge. This is the first environmental industry-wide initiative to be launched by the E-Reps Forum and gives the UK oil and gas industry the opportunity to make significant environmental improvements in their workplaces. The E-Reps Forum aims to improve environmental performance through workforce engagement and is made up of environmental representatives who have volunteered to champion environmental issues across the UK oil and gas industry. Read the full press release here.

 

SEA-CHANGERS GIVES 14 GRANTS TO UK MARINE CONSERVATION PROJECTS

Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, has completed its autumn grant allocation process and has made grants ranging from £250 to £920 to 14 UK marine conservation charities and projects. The grants, which amount to the value £6,337, are an exciting step up from the 14 grants made in 2012 and 2013 to a range of projects around the UK. The full press release can be downloaded here

 

SEPTEMBER 2013

SEA-CHANGERS MARINE CONSERVATION CHARITY APPOINTS NEW CHAIR

Marine conservation charity, Sea-Changers, has appointed Marine Biologist and Volunteering Development Officer, Pamela Buchan, to the post of Chair to its Board of Trustees. Pamela’s extensive experience of managing committees of volunteers in a charity context and strong understanding of the marine environment and the issues it faces uniquely qualify her to support the growth of Sea-Changers, which exists primarily to help those who use the sea for leisure pursuits to positively contribute to the sustainability of the marine environment. The full press release can be downloaded here.

 

TOLLESBURY MARINA IS FIRST IN SECTOR TO RAISE FUNDS FOR MARINE CONSERVATION WITH SEA-CHANGERS

Tollesbury Marina and Cruising Club has become the first UK marina to agree a partnership with Sea-Changers, the fundraising charity for UK marine conservation. The Marina, based on the Blackwater Estuary in Essex, will raise funds through its marina and chandlery activities and Sea-Changers will distribute these funds to UK marine conservation projects on its behalf. Tollesbury Marina, in supporting this innovative charity, demonstrates its strong environmental commitment. It also joins a growing community of Sea-Changer businesses and individuals who are passionate about giving something back to the seas they love. The full press release can be downloaded here.

 

AUGUST 2013

SEA-CHANGERS APPOINTS JILL RENNIE AS FIRST BUSINESS AMBASSADOR

Sea-Changers has appointed Jill Rennie as their first business ambassador. Jill, an experienced environmental consultant within the oil and gas sector will work with Sea-Changers to develop new business relationships and offer support and advice to enhance Sea-Changers’ fundraising activities. Jill will also act as an ambassador for the charity, representing Sea-Changers at industry events when appropriate. The full press release can be downloaded here.

 

JULY 2013

SEA-CHANGERS' SECOND FUNDING ROUND GIVES EIGHT MORE GRANTS TO UK MARINE CONSERVATION PROJECTS

Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, has completed its second formal grant giving process and has made grants to eight UK marine conservation charities and projects. The full press release can be downloaded here.

 

MAY 2013

NOBLE CALEDONIA TO RAISE FUNDS FOR MARINE CONSERVATION IN THE UK IN NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH SEA-CHANGERS

Small Ship Cruising specialist Noble Caledonia has agreed a charity partnership with Sea-Changers, the UK marine conservation charity, aimed at raising significant additional funds for UK marine conservation projects. Funds will be raised via a combination of on-board fundraising activities and opportunities for guests to donate, as a way of supporting marine conservation initiatives in the British Isles. The partnership will operate on all of the company’s British Isles based cruises from the 2014 season, with other joint activities being planned in the meantime. 100% of the money raised by Noble Caledonia’s guests will be passed on to relevant marine conservation charities and projects, with no administration costs subtracted. The full press release can be downloaded here.


SEA-CHANGERS' DIVE CAMPAIGN PROVIDES SIMPLE WAYS FOR SCUBA BUSINESSES TO SUPPORT MARINE CONSERVATION

Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, is running a new campaign asking scuba businesses to get involved in raising money for UK conservation projects. The campaign suggests simple ways that dive businesses and divers can raise money for UK marine conservation. The full press release can be downloaded here.

 

MARCH 2013

SEA-CHANGERS' EBAY CAMPAIGN PROVIDES SIMPLE WAYS TO SUPPORT MARINE CONSERVATION

Sea-Changers, the marine conservation fund-raising charity, is running a Spring campaign via eBay, to raise money for UK conservation projects. The campaign will provide various ways that people who love the sea, marine leisure clubs and marine businesses can raise money through eBay, simply and at little or no cost to them.

The full general press release can be downloaded here.

The full divers press release can be downloaded here.

The full surfers press release can be downloaded here.

The full sailors press release can be downloaded here.

 

SURFING COMMUNITY WANTS TO STOP WORSENING OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT

Concern about marine pollution and conservation is growing amongst UK surfers, a recent online survey aimed at the surfing public has shown. The survey aimed to find out if those who enjoy surfing as a leisure pursuit are concerned about the marine environment and conservation issues. It was commissioned in January 2013 by Sea-Changers in collaboration with Surfers Against Sewage, and was completed by 300 surfers.

The full press release can be downloaded here.

 

DECEMBER 2012

SEA-CHANGERS' INAUGRAL FUNDING ROUND GIVES £2,500 OF GRANTS TO UK MARINE CONSERVATION PROJECTS

Sea-Changers, the new marine conservation fund-raising charity, has completed its first formal grant giving process and has made grants to five UK marine conservation charities and projects.

The full press release can be downloaded here.

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