1% of sales at Salinity go toward the organizations in our Turn The Tide Fund. You can also make an additional one-time or recurring contribution by adding this item to your cart.
These twenty nonprofits and schools are working actively to turn the tide on climate change, overharvesting, pollution, and food inequity. Help us help them, please! All contributions get divided evenly and are donated (minus credit card processing fees). We will be sharing totals as we grow.
- Whidbey Island Nourishes' free food for kids
- Island Senior Resources' healthy food for the elders
- Whidbey Homeless Coalition's housing and care for those in need
- The Evergreen State College's Salinity-sponsored Living Lands Scholarship for undergrad students studying sustainable aquaculture
- Western Washington University's marine biology programs
- Bentley University's sustainable business programs
- University of Washington's Sustainable Fisheries programs
- Puget Sound Restoration Fund's wild Olympia oyster restoration work
- Pacific Shellfish Institute's research and education programs
- Salish Sea Expeditions' youth programs
- United Tribes of Bristol Bay's fight to protect their bay from the proposed Pebble mine (and many other threats to the ecosystem)
- Ceres' work convincing the biggest polluters and politicians to go green
- SeaShare's seafood packs for food banks
- Seacology's protection of island communities worldwide
- eXXpedition's female-led voyages and research to address ocean pollution
- Greenwave's seaweed and aquaculture permaculture programs
- Slow Food USA's education and promotion of good clean fair food for all
- Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's in-the-water activism to save our ocean
- Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch's list of sustainable vs unsustainable seafood
- End It’s fight to stop human trafficking and free the 40 million people held in slavery worldwide
Do you have any questions about the Turn The Tide Fund or Salinity? Please drop us a line.