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Seaside Soiree 2016
The Clean Water Movement Needs You
Last month, San Diego stood up together and declared, "Our water is important," by donating nearly $80,000 to swimmable, fishable, drinkable water at our Seaside Soiree. Now, we're hard at work turning that money into the massive, measureable results upon which we've built our reputation. That work is just beginning.

The dramatic shift coming to the White House means we have more reason than ever to be concerned for the future of our environment.

Now is the time. Double your impact.
Thanks to the Stiefel Behner Charitable Fund, David & Ann Welborn and The Parker Foundation, your investment will be matched dollar-for-dollar, up to $30,000, by December 31, 2016.
DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT NOW →
Join us in the movement to take a stand for our water.
In the past, your support and San Diego Coastkeeper's results-driven model has allowed us to successfully:
  • Negotiate a $15-million cleanup of San Diego Bay, with polluters footing the bill
  • Mandate county upgrades to end San Diego's "Sewage-Spill-A-Day" reputation, reducing spills by 90 percent
  • Harness volunteer power to remove over a million pounds of trash from our beaches
  • Monitor our monthly water health with the largest volunteer water monitoring program in the state
  • Bring environmental science education to 160 schools and counting
Clean water matters, and you can make a real, measureable difference right now. Take a stand today for San Diego County's most valuable resource: our fishable, swimmable, drinkable water.
DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT NOW →
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