Did you know that 73 million sharks are killed each year for the shark fin trade? And did you know that one of the most effective ways to protect sharks is to eliminate the market for fins by prohibiting their sale?
Heal the Bay members receive free annual family passes to our Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, discounts at local stores and restaurants, and invitations to special members-only events. New members who joined Heal the Bay during Earth Month have been invited to this exclusive guided tidepool tour.
Clean up Manhattan Beach on June 22, 2013, then try the brand-new Heal the Bay IPA by Golden Road Brewing on draft at Simmzy's Manhattan Beach! Simmzy's and Golden Road will donate $20 from every keg to Heal the Bay.
Electro and '80s collide at a benefit for Heal the Bay! American Junkie throws the "Fundrager 2080's Party" with DJ Ty D (Top 40 Side) and Serifin (House Side).
100% of proceeds from the $5 Bay-Bombers (vodka, sweet and sour, blue curacao, a splash of pineapple juice and Red Bull) from May 20-24 goes to Heal the Bay, as well as suggested donations from the door.
Attention K-5th grade Educators! We will be hosting free Teacher Professional Development Workshops on Saturday, March 16th, at the SEA Lab in Redondo Beach. LAUSD salary points are given for attendance at the workshop(s).
This workshop trains volunteers to become “Dockwalkers,” who conduct face-to-face boater education about environmentally-sound boating practices. Receive free educational materials to distribute to boaters at marinas, boat launch ramps, boat shows, and special events.
Held the third Thursday in December, Heal the Bay’s annual A Day Without a Bag gives Southland shoppers an early holiday present, courtesy of a reusable bag giveaway at locations throughout Los Angeles County.