First Monthly Donations: Positive Change For Marine Life

Steps towards a better future for our oceans..

We are proud to announce we are now monthly sponsors of the amazing non-profit organisation Positive Change for Marine Life.

4 years ago when I lived in Byron Bay, I met the founder of this new organisation and hearing the ethos behind it was extremely impressed, so it goes without saying that I am very happy to  be in a position where I can help these guys carry out the wonderful work they do.

PC4ML take a peaceful and positive approach to helping our marine environment both here in Australia and around the world and there is no doubt that they are having a huge effect locally and globally.

So thank you, to all of my customers in my first 2 months of business for supporting me, getting me on my feet, believing in sustainable design and allowing me to be able to contribute to these wonderful people donating their entire lives to saving our oceans and their inhabitants.

Without you guys, it wouldn't be possible.

Please check out Positive Change For Marine Life and see the work they are doing. You will no doubt be impressed and happy to know that you have helped them in their world changing work. And if you'd like to make a direct donation yourself, you can do so via their website.

With love and gratitude,

Justine xo

 

Amazing capture in New Caledonia from  Earth Times

Amazing capture in New Caledonia from Earth Times

Marine Debris... the all too common site. Image via  Positive Change for Marine Life

Marine Debris... the all too common site. Image via Positive Change for Marine Life

A turtle swimming through the crystal clear waters of Byron Bay, captured by my amazingly talented friend and photographer  Tim Samuel Photography.

A turtle swimming through the crystal clear waters of Byron Bay, captured by my amazingly talented friend and photographer Tim Samuel Photography.

Volunteers collect rubbish off the beach with Positive Change For Marine Life. They have held a global 'Marine Debris' campaign where ambassadors worldwide have helped clean up the beaches.

Volunteers collect rubbish off the beach with Positive Change For Marine Life. They have held a global 'Marine Debris' campaign where ambassadors worldwide have helped clean up the beaches.

The beautiful beaches of Lombok that sadly pay the price of marine debris and poor waste management.. I took this photo on a morning I'd spent collecting rubbish from this beach- it was absolutely covered in it. I was thanked by many locals and brought a coconut to cool me down. The majority want the change, it's about each and every one of us taking some action.

The beautiful beaches of Lombok that sadly pay the price of marine debris and poor waste management.. I took this photo on a morning I'd spent collecting rubbish from this beach- it was absolutely covered in it. I was thanked by many locals and brought a coconut to cool me down. The majority want the change, it's about each and every one of us taking some action.

Life with the ocean is better. It's our duty to look after it. Another beautiful image from  Tim Samuel Photography  

Life with the ocean is better. It's our duty to look after it. Another beautiful image from Tim Samuel Photography