We believe that even with small steps we can make a huge impact. That is why we want to donate a part of our revenue to different organisations helping to keep the world’s oceans clean. More precisely, we donate 1€ for every bottle we sell.
We made our first donation in autumn 2018 to the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation (FANC), which is a vibrant association with thousands of active members helping to preserve our nature. One of their missions is to preserve the Baltic Sea clean and healthy for future generations.
During early 2019, we teamed up with a great organization called Nordic Ocean Watch (NOW), who are on a mission to maintain our world’s oceans clean and healthy. We like!
During the period of 1.2.-30.4.2019 we donated 1€ of every bottle sold to help the great work that NOW is doing. Read more about Nordic Ocean Watch from their webpage www.nordicoceanwatch.no or check out their Facebook page 💪
This summer we have teamed up with a super cool association called Keep the Archipelago Tidy Association (Pidä Saaristo Siistinä Ry.).It's established in 1969 (and therefore celebrating 50 years !) and as their name says, the aim of the Association is to keep Finland's coastlines and archipelago clean and to support opportunities for recreational boating and the enjoyment of all the waterways in and around Finland
For every sold Meribottle this summer, we are giving 1€ to Keep the Archipelago Tidy Association. We are hoping for a long and warm summer and therefore summer turns to autumn in our calendar the 30th of September.
Read more about the association: https://www.pidasaaristosiistina.fi/en/about_us
During the autumn 2019, we where back cooperating with the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation (FANC). Similarly as in 2018, we got the "bronze medal" for our support. Nothing wrong with bronze, but we think it's time to aim for brighter medals in the Olympic year of 2020. Are you with us?
During the beginning of 2020 we for the first time decided to donate to a charity that was not directly involved with the world's oceans. The reason was that the wild fires in Australia were so significant and worrying for the countries wildlife that we wanted to help in any way we could. Therefore all of January's donation went straight to WWF Australia's Bushfire emergency charity. Please read more about the case on their website: https://donate.wwf.org.au/#gs.xnkja8