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GiveCelebrateYouPhoto Matthew Meier PhotographyFishable, swimmable, drinkable water for all of San Diego County. Your vision is our vision. Our triumphs are your triumphs. We're in this together and you make progress possible.

Whether you pour a drop, a stream or a torrent into the pool of philanthropic support of clean water, your personal impact changes our world. Thank you for your vision.

Susie Armstrong and Keith Marzullo
Megan Baehrens
Steve & Deb Baehrens
Lee Barken
Jo Brooks and Adrian Kinnane
Tim and Claudia Costanzo
Everett & Dare DeLano

Mike and Susanna Flaster
Bruce and Betsy Gill
Stewart and Emily Halpern
Bruce Robbins and R. Elaine Hanson
Sandy and Stephanie Kaupp
Harriet Lazer and James Walker
Micah Mitrosky
Eleanor Musick and Abe Ordover
Jeffrey P. Neu
Jamie Ortiz
David and Patti Petersen
Robert and Allison Price
Mark Reynolds
Gregg Sadowsky
Susan C Stewart
Stiefel/Behner Charitable Trust
TCJ Fund at the San Diego Foundation
David & Ann Welborn
John and Sara Wells
Gary Wockner
George Yermanos
Hundreds of donors and members

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When companies and foundations pool their financial, employee and brand resources to protect our community, we all win. Thank you for your leadership.

Barnwell Shift
Birch Aquarium at Scripps
Belly Up Tavern
The Brickman Group
California Trout
California Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002, administered by State of California, Department of Water Resources
Calumet Real Estate Holdings
Cigarette Butt Pollution Project
City of San Diego
Coast Law Group, LLP
The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado
Coronado Brewing Company
County of San Diego
EarthShare California
Ecology Auto Parts
Furgro Pelagos, Inc.
Hattie Ettinger Conservation Fund at The San Diego Foundation

Hunter Industries
Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation
Kaiser Permanente
Keen Footwear
Kimley-Horn Foundation
Kitay Law
Lot Management
LUSH Cosmetics
Marisla Foundation
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
National Geographic Society
Norcross Wildlife Foundation
Northrop Grumman
The Oceanside Charitable Foundation
Pacific Life Foundation
The Parker Foundation
Patagonia
Price Charities
Qualcomm Foundation
REI: Recreational Equipment Inc.
Regency Centers Corporation
Resources Legacy Fund Foundation
Right Hand Events
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
San Diego County Water Authority
The San Diego Foundation
San Diego Gas & Electric
Save the Colorado
Schmidt Design Group
SeaWorld Cares

Sprinkles La Jolla
Stan Lawrence Portrait Art Photography
Stone & Glass / James Stone
Teva
Ultra Signs
University of California, San Diego
Waterkeeper Alliance
Wyland Foundation

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  • San Diego Coastkeeper's efforts have helped to reduce the number of sewage spills by 90% since 2001.
  • San Diego Coastkeeper and the San Diego Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation conduct twice-monthly beach cleanups. We work with more than 4,000 volunteers each year.
  • In 2008 and 2009, Coastkeeper and our north county partners successfully advocated for significant fines (totaling $2 million) for spills in Buena Vista Lagoon and Escondido Creek.
  • It's in order: reduce, reuse THEN recycle.
  • Each year Coastkeeper brings together nearly 5,000 cleanup volunteers to remove more than 7,000 pounds of trash.
  • San Diego Coastkeeper has trained over 700 volunteer water quality monitors.
  • A "consent decree" is a legal tool that provides an enforceable timeline and milestones for pollution cleanup and prevention.
  • Coastkeeper volunteers removed over 560 pounds of trash from Mission Bay on a single morning in October 2013.
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