You are invited to an evening of insightful discussion on the tools and tips for forging B Corps. B Corps are a new type of corporation that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. The event features:
Naam Yoga believes that meditation is an important component to healing the beach and ocean. That's why the group is putting on "One World Yoga Circle," a community day of peace and healing at Santa Monica Beach. This free beach yoga class is Naam Yoga's final National Yoga Month event. All Heal the Bay yoga lovers are invited to attend.
Thrill The World, an annual worldwide simultaneous dance event of Michael Jackson’s song “Thriller,” was created to share the joy of dance, celebrate communities and support charities. This year, the Trash Zombies are back in the South Bay with events to marry education and arts to raise awareness about pollution and reduce waste.
UMeTime, a new app offering deals from your favorite local businesses, celebrates its launch with a party in conjunction with Coastal Cleanup Day. Complimentary refreshments and snacks will be available for those who participate in this year's Coastal Cleanup Day and download the UMeTime app once it launches.
October 12, 2012 - 3:00pm - October 13, 2012 - 5:00pm
25 percent of proceeds
benefit sustainable works
Take advantage of the best deal on rain barrels in Los Angeles. Barrels are $100 each, and 25 percent of your payment is tax deductible.* Rain barrels are FREE to Santa Monica residents who qualify for rebate. Twenty-five percent of proceeds will benefit Sustainable Works, a Community Partners project and 501c3 non-profit organization.
Generation Water is an award-winning, social entrepreneurial organization focused on reducing water usage. Since 2009, Generation Water has conducted over 240 water audits and irrigation surveys, inventoried over 350 irrigation controllers and 5,300 valves, cataloged over 25,000 sprinklers (including 10,000 that were malfunctioning or broken), installed over 125 rain gardens, and trained over 250 youth and young adults.
Give your input on what you would like to see the California Department of Fish & Game (CDFG) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) to consider about the Ballona Wetlands as they analyze potential restoration designs.