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SeaQuarium Weston and Sea-Changers are proud to announce a new summer partnership. SeaQuarium Weston are hosting an exhibition about the work of Sea-Changers throughout the month of July and helping to raise awareness of the work of the charity. If you would like to see the Sea-Changers exhibition head along to SeaQuarium’s ‘Dr. Cod’s’ Learning Zone.

  

Sea-Changers have teamed up with the 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 deadline for Sea-Changers current grant giving cycle has now passed and we will announce the details of the projects we will be giving grants to at the end of February. If you missed the deadline here are some important dates for your diary so you can apply in the future. The closing dates for the next grant cycles are as follows:

26th September 2014

27th March 2015

25th September 2015

So book the dates in your diary to make sure you can apply for a grant next time around.

Sea-Changers 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. 

  

For the past few weeks Sea-Changers has been running a Christmas publicity campaign via social media. The thought provoking and challenging campaign was designed by Andy Wainwright. The images are designed with a single aim in mind...to challenge us all to actions that will help our oceans this Christmas. Sea-Changers is a charity with a simple approach - small actions and donations by people who love the sea, can create big change. The powerful images challenge us all to take some small action this Christmas; from making a commitment to cutting down our use of plastic, to making a small donation to Sea-Changers which will directly fund UK marine conservation projects...or simply sharing the images more widely to raise awareness.

  

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