Coastal Cleanup Relief Bracelet
100% of Profits are Donated | Product #VCA003
Made from salvaged fishing nets, 100% of the profits from the sale of our Coastal Cleanup Relief Bracelet will be donated to CoastSavers, a non-profit that cleans over 60 Pacific Northwest beaches three times a year.
Each bracelet represents over a pound of salvaged fishing nets or “ghost nets”— that have been abandoned or lost in the ocean—which entangle fish, dolphins, sea turtles, sharks, manatees, whales, crocodiles, seabirds, crabs, and other creatures.
Help us celebrate Coastal Cleanup month and keep our oceans and coastlines clean by purchasing this limited-edition fishing net bracelet.
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- Limited Edition - available only while supplies last
- Giftable: packaged in a reusable fabric pouch with info card
- 100% of profits donated to CoastSavers
- Bracelet Material: fishing net salvaged from Hawaii
- Unisex adjustable size, 6”–8”
- Ships in a protective eco plastic bag
- Product of USA
Over eight million tons of trash is being dumped in the oceans every year. And by the year 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the sea. Consider how our actions can affect the planet. Our Coastal Cleanup Relief Bracelet is a visual reminder directly from the ocean of what is at stake, and a promise from us at Vital Choice to help clean up our oceans and our coastlines.
Through a partnership with Qatica, the manufacturer of these salvaged fishing net bracelets, we’re offering these bracelets for a limited time only and donating all profits to CoastSavers, an alliance of partners and volunteers dedicated to keeping Pacific Northwest beaches clean of marine debris through coordinated beach cleanups, education, and prevention. Through the fiscal support of National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, CoastSavers cleans up more than 60 Pacific Northwest beaches three times a year.
Average Ratings: 5