Ocean Project Announces It Has Donated More than $ 41,000 to Help Save Oceans and Marine Life | Associated press


PHOENIX, Jul 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Did you know that over 100 MILLION sharks are killed for their fins each year, resulting in their fins being cruelly cut off and returned to the ocean where they bleed to death? Ocean Project knows and has decided to do something about it!

Ocean Project, a jewelry and apparel company that donated more than $ 41,000 to help save the oceans and marine life, is offering 50% off its beautiful shark necklace for its Shark Week sale. The proceeds will go to the Ocean Project’s fight to save sharks from human predators.

“Not only is this necklace beautiful, but a portion of the proceeds will be used to fund the fight against the shark fin trade and protect more sharks from death,” said Lisa Anderson, co-founder of Ocean Project. “We are committed to causes that are consistent with our mission, such as marine conservation and marine life.”

“Each purchase directly funds the removal and cleaning of plastics from oceans, rivers and coasts,” she added.

Visit the new Ocean Project FAQ section to learn how each purchase has a positive impact on marine life such as sharks, whales and turtles, and helps remove toxic plastic from the water. Each purchase of a shark necklace draws 2 pounds of deadly plastic from the ocean, rivers or coasts. You can make a difference and feel great wearing Ocean Project clothing and jewelry.

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Kelly C. said: “This is a beautiful necklace! Help save the sharks!”

Jennifer S.. said: “My husband gave me this for the anniversary and I love it! The necklace is beautiful and I was able to track a male tiger shark named Fletcher. My favorite shark too!”

Karen M. said: “I LOVE my shark Ollie”

About Ocean Project

Ocean Project is a company with a vision to improve the ecosystems of our oceans. We donated to the Ocean Cleanup Organization around the world. The amazing effect of our brand would not be possible without YOU! Adopt a whale, shark or turtle and follow their journey through the ocean. For more information, please visit: www.oceanproject.co.

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