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Keep checking in for upcoming cleanups, events, education and more. We are the leaders in "GREEN" cleanups. We provide all the cleanup materials, refreshments,and volunteer hours. Prevention, awareness, and cleanup can make a difference. Join us and you'll leave knowing you have left less of an ecological footprint for future generations.
- Join us for the Great American Cleanup sponsored by Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful, Saturday, April 26 from 8-10:30 a.m. Help us clean our beaches in a greener way. For more information and registration form click here. For future cleanups CLICK HERE.
- Sea Angel Founder Robyn Halasz was interviewed for her creative way of using litter found on our beaches. Check out the video clip here and get inspired or click here to read about it.
- Earth Day is April 22. Help your community and do something green. Our planet needs all the help it can get.
- We don't just recycle. We upcycle as well which basically means repurposing an item. We will be donating our found plastic caps to Caps of Love. The caps get turned into for $ and the money is used to purchase wheelchairs and service animals for children in need. What a great way to help the environment and children.
- Want to do something good for the environment? Need help organizing a cleanup? Contact us and we can help. We ask that there is a minimum of 10 volunteers. Contact us email@example.com
- A picture can speak a volumes. Join us on our Facebook page and be current with what we are up too. Whether it's a new cigarette art picture, a photo of baby sea turtle or litter art pictures of what was collected on that day, keep current and add your comments, pictures and questions. Join our Sea Angel family and help us make a difference. (click here to get to our Facebook page)
Litter is not pretty as peacock but this one might be. This peacock was made with plastic pieces, caps, straws and plastic utensils that were all found littered on the beach. Instead of adding to landfills this plastic was upcycled into an art piece.
Litter art and photo by R.A.Halasz (Founder)
For more pictures of what we are finding join our Facebook page.