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Donate on Giving Tuesday, Dec 1st

Be An Ocean Connector – Make a Donation on Giving Tuesday.

December 1st is Giving Tuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back, and it is just around the corner! Ocean Connectors is committed to educating, inspiring, and connecting underserved youth for conservation, and we rely on generous donors like you to fulfill our mission. We are seeking your support to help grow our programs to every child in National City. We are currently reaching 80% of the schools in National City, and with your help we can make sure every student participates in bilingual, hands-on marine science programs free of charge. Giving Tuesday is the perfect opportunity to help us reach this incredible milestone.

Giving Tuesday You can #BeAnOceanConnector! Help support environmental education, stewardship, and conservation that crosses borders. As a nonprofit organization, we depend on in-kind support, grants and donations to continue our work. When you make a donation to Ocean Connectors, you become a part of a generous, grassroots giving network.

Please show your support for ocean conservation by making a donation on Giving Tuesday at: Then let your friends know you care about the oceans using the hashtag #BeAnOceanConnector.

Ocean Connectors is a small organization making a huge impact, and every penny helps. We genuinely appreciate your support, and your commitment to protecting our oceans!

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