Help Clean Up The Oceans By Traveling

Help Clean Up The Oceans By Traveling

Doug Woodring and his colleagues at Project Kaisei are doing all they can to help clean up the ocean’s waters.

Project Kaisei was added to a new Expedia travel site called Travel Relief.

If swimmers and their friends and families click on Project Kaisei while booking their hotel reservations on Travel Relief, then Project Kaisei will receive 8% of each booking.

This could be significant and a wonderful way for the open water swimming community to support the health of the oceans without having to actually dip into your own pocket,” explained Doug. “We appreciate everything our supporters do to help us to improve the health of the ocean. Our focus is on marine debris, mainly floating plastic, which most of you have seen on any beach that you may have visited. This has negative impacts on the ocean ecosystem, and Project Kaisei is helping to find ways to improve this situation, both in terms of raising awareness, but also in bringing together science, technology and new innovation to create ways remove some of the plastic from the ocean, and to deploy new ways to remediate it.”

The goal of the Travel Relief program is to help non-profit organizations like Project Kaisei to raise money for good causes by providing their supporters with a way to book hotels at great internet rates and donate money at the same time. Customers can book over 50,000 hotels worldwide.

Travel Relief program also offers its supporters travel deals and discounts via its Facebook group and Twitter feeds.

So on your next trip, please click here to get started.

Bon voyage.

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Steven Munatones