Partnerships

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., which operates Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Azamara Cruises, established the Ocean Fund in 1996 to support marine conservation organizations in conserving the world's oceans. In 2011, The Ocean Foundation designed Royal Caribbean’s plan to respond and adapt to climate change, as well as their new “Conserve the Caribbean" campaign.

 

SaltWater Brewing Company knows how critical healthy seagrass meadows are to prime fishing habitat and other recreational activities. They have partnered with The Ocean Foundation to donate a portion of sales of their Sea Cow Stout during promotional activities to the restoration and protection of seagrass in Florida.

 

Stern Fishing is a veteran owned company committed to providing the highest quality products that enhance your outdoor experience while maintaining a steadfast commitment to our fragile ecosystem. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Stern Fishing products are donated to SeaGrass Grow.

 

Sustainable Restaurant Group is the world's first restaurant company to understand its carbon footprint down to the individual menu item. In 2017, we partnered with Sustainable Restaurant Group to offset their carbon footprint with our SeaGrass Grow program. 

Suzanne Pemberton is a painter in New York City. She is donating a portion of the proceeds from sales of her paintings to The Ocean Foundation. You can find Suzanne's paintings at her website here.

The Poké Company offers, "Sushi in a Bowl" to patrons in Palm Beach, Florida. They dedicate a portion of all their Saturday sales to The Ocean Foundation and are working with TOF towards offering the most sustainable seafood options possible in their restaurants. 

As designers and innovators, customers look to the company for ideas and information. The Tiffany & Co. Foundation aims to be seen as environmental stewards by obtaining precious materials in ways that are socially and environmentally responsible.

Tropicalia is an ‘eco resort’ project in the Dominican Republic. In 2008, Fundación Tropicalia was formed to actively support the socioeconomic development of adjacent communities in the municipality of Miches where the resort is being developed. In 2013, The Ocean Foundation (TOF) was contracted to develop the first annual United Nations (UN) Sustainability Report for Tropicalia based on the UN Global Compact's ten principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption.

The Ocean Foundation had the distinct opportunity to work with the Sailors of the Sea and the Volvo Ocean Race to offset carbon emission of the activities related to the USA stopover in Newport, Rhode Island in 2015 with the Seagrass Grow project. 

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