Top 10 ways to become a Sea-Changer
1. Clean a beach
There are some great beach clean events to get involved in and it is a great way to make a very practical difference.
Or just carry out your own. For some hands-on marine conservation, all you need is a bag, some gloves and a few minutes of your time.
3. Raise money when you shop
If you’re shopping at ebay, John Lewis, Argos, etc., you can raise money for us by signing up to Give as you live and shopping via their site. You get the items you want and Sea-Changers gets at least 1% of however much you spend.
Buying from Amazon? Go via Amazon Smile and raise money every time you shop, at no cost to you. Or save more when shopping online with exclusive voucher codes and deals that also raise money for Sea-Changers! Assistall is free and there is no need to register.
4. Become a volunteer
We are a grant-giving charity and don't do any direct conservation work ourselves. However, if you feel you can help with more admin based tasks, and have time to give, we would love to hear from you.
If you would like to find out more or have a chat about possibly becoming a Sea-Changers volunteer, drop us an email with your name and contact details.
5. Ditch plastic
We all know the terrible impact of plastic on marine life. So buy yourself a reusable bag, invest in a reusable water bottle and consider all the other ways you could reduce your plastic purchasing.
7. Sell on eBay
Selling on eBay gives you a great opportunity to raise money for Sea-Changers; it's quick and easy.
By making Sea-Changers your favourite charity on eBay, every time you sell, buyers will be asked if they would like to make a small donation to us. And, anyone selling on eBay can list an item for charity and donate a percentage. You list items as normal, then click 'Advanced Sell', choose 'Sea-Changers' and the percentage you wish to donate.
9. Think before you flush
Every day, people flush objects such as wet wipes, cotton buds, contact lenses, sanitary products, condoms and razors down the toilet instead of putting them in the bin. Do you? They can all have a negative impact on the marine environment because they aren't biodegradable.
From now on, only flush toilet paper and stuff that has passed through you!